My 3 month old SLW was attacked by a hawk last week, leaving her scalped on the top of her head and down her neck Rosemary is healing well, but now I can see the extent of the damage to her neck. It turns out there was a flap of skin that was sheared from her neck hiding beneath the feathers. It is live skin- about 1/4" wide by 2" long. I was trimming the feathers that were stuck together and discovered it. I cut a small part of it by accident and it bled a bit. She didn't react, but I'm unsure of what to do. I don't want to sever an artery or anything since its on the side of her neck; but the flap is something I would trim if it were on one of my other animals (my horse had a similar injury on his shin). Should I leave it? Try to "trim" it? Ugh. The thought gives me the willies. Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks!