My duck got her leg caught in a nesting box, it was wedged and I am not sure how long it was wedged. The ducks were locked in their coop for the night and in the morning I let them out and her leg was wedged. I got her loose and it appeared that the circulation was cut off, discolored, was very cold. It is about 15 degrees here. She let me pick her up and I put her into a different coop with no other birds. She scooted herself with her wings and cannot walk. Her leg doesnt appear broken, I moved it for her back and forth. Some color has returned to her foot, but not fully. She has kind of nested herself in straw and is keeping her foot warm. but is breathing kind of heavily. I dont want her to suffer, but if she can recover...that is obviously what I want. What should I do? I was thinking bringing her in and putting her in a cold bath so she can attempt to move it around and maybe help with returning feeling to her foot. I also dont want her vent to clog and cause her to die that way. Help?