Thanks for replying .means alotThank you. Is that on the breast tissue? So if you lift the wing up, it is actually on the body of the bird under the wing? @Wyorp Rock, @azygous, @Eggcessive, does that look like bruising to you? And do you agree it should resolve itself spontaneously over the course of about two weeks or so? Or do any of you have any suggestions about anything he could do to try to resolve it? Thanks.
It inside her wing on the wing part where you can see the wing bones on the muscles not on the breast.