Found my (almost) 2 year old peahen dripping blood from her wing this morning. I don't know if she got caught on something in the coop or got in a fight in the coop. I am not familiar with the parts of the wing, but the outside is fine. When you separate and spread the wing, there is a lot of blood in the feather layers. It was really cold (again) last night (below zero), so the puddle of blood in the layers was actually frozen, and there is a small amount of drops of frozen blood on her body, and some on her wing feathers. I can not find the injury, but I was very cautious about checking out her wing for two reasons: I wanted to avoid hurting her and I wanted to avoid injury to myself. She was pretty docile, though. She did fly up to her high roost, so I am hoping there is nothing broken, although at first her wing seemed to be hanging a bit low. Assuming that there is nothing broken, I am wondering how I should treat her, if at all. I was going to try to put some antibiotic ointment on the injury, but I didn't find anything, as I mentioned. Should I put some antibiotics in her water as a preventative? If so, what type and what dosage? I do have a few medicines I purchased to have on hand when I got the peafowl. I should note that for some reason, my 2 peafowl chose to spend the night in the chicken coop last night, not their own coop, so the injury happened there. I know it is not a predator issue as everyone else is fine. I have checked the coop and I don't see anything she could have caught herself on, but that doesn't mean it isn't possible. Thanks for your help!