We had a close call last night with what we believe to be a raccoon attack. There's a post on it in the predator/pest section if you want to read it. https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=559148 One of my hens was injured it what appears to be a "reach through the wire and grab a handful of bird" attack. Late last night all I could tell was that they were all standing and moving and there was no blood, otherwise they were too spooked to get close to so I left them alone. This morning one of my hens has a wing drooping and is limping on the same side. She is otherwise running around and eating/drinking normally with the others. She did not want to be caught, but I was able to catch her gently. I found a wound above her wing, looks like a tear about 1/2-1" long, but it's not bleeding. I could not find any punctures or tears anywhere else on her and she did not struggle when I felt her side or leg. When I turned her on her side her wing flopped over and she doesn't seem able to move it, so I'm not sure if a tendon or something may have been torn or if it was broken. She can use her leg, but has a definite limp. I could not find any blood on her feathers anywhere. This is my first injury with a bird, I'm not sure if and how they show pain but she did not seem bothered by me checking her out. I didn't want to injure her further so I tried not to do much other than look her over. When I put her back down and she ran off with the other hens. Other than a limp and droopy wing she seems fine. Is there anything I can or should do? Or something else I should check her for tonight?