The thing your knife is on is the liver and it looks a little pale to me.Second real *interesting* find I had was concerning the Clavicular and Cervical air sacs (which I mistook for lungs). They seemed to be almost torn, or fractured. Once again, I have no idea if this happened pre or post mortem.
I did open the gizzard, I wasn't able to see anything that was interesting; it just looked like a brown mash. For the other things you listed, I could still get pictures of them, would it behoove me to do so?I've only done a couple of necropsies here, but here are a few things I noticed.
The "blood clot" on the heart could be the blood in the atria which often swells with blood after death.
Maybe someone will see something, but I was not able to see anything particularly alarming in the photos, however, there are several areas that would have helpful to see in the photos. Such as the underside of the liver, where the gall bladder is to determine bile leakage into the surrounding area, photos of the trachea by itself to assess possible irritation, redness, bumps, etc. Pictures of the syrinx Were you able to open the gizzard, and the intestinal lining?
Nonetheless, you did a wonderful job. Good work.