Good morning, I have a flock of chickens, turkeys, ducks and guinea hens. Over the past couple of years I have learned how to treat lots of injuries but this morning on the way to work, I saw a live gull on the side of the road. She was not getting out of the way of traffic so I picked her up. I removed the fish hook that was embedded in her neck and cut the fish line that was tying her foot to her chest. She only has one foot. The other webbed foot is gone at the ankle, which I think is common but sad. But, the real reason for the post - she also has two broken wings. They are broken and bleeding at the joint that is the equivalent of our elbow. Shoulder and wrist joints and bones seem okay. I live in Great Falls, Montana. I don't even need to call to know that no vet will see this bird. I contacted the Raptor Conservation Center in Bozeman but they weren't sure how to help without an x-ray and said if the break is at the joint, it is not fixable. So let's say worst case, that it is broken at the joint...should I put this bird out of its misery? Or if I bind the wings to the body and let them heal, will she integrate into my flock of other flightless birds? I believe everything deserves to live - it all may be inconvenient. I am not worried about inconvenient or I would have left her to die on the side of the road. What is possible? Thanks very much for your help.