I have an 8 month old blue favaucana that's a little smaller then the rest of the flock consisting of 2 Buff orps, 2 black australorps, 1 barred rock, 1 blue copper maran, 2 RIR, 2 GLW and 1 SLW. I noticed some feathers in the run yesterday but inspected everyone and they looked fine. They spend their day in a covered 14'x10' coop/run with 24 hour access to water and hearty hen layer feed and some oyster shell. The run floor is sand with fine sand mixed in for dust baths, the coop itself is 10'x5' with 3 5' long roosts and wood shaving flooring. This morning I went out to open the door and noticed the favaucana had two spots on both sides right underneath were her wing tips end that had missing feathers and dried blood. She's acting normal, eating, drinking, I stayed outside for over an hour (3 degrees out or I would've stayed longer lol) at a distance to see if she was being picked on and so far nothing. My questions are, is this def feather picking and if so how do I stop it? Could it be mites? I picked her up and checked her out and didn't see anything on her. In the meantime should I bring her inside until A. The bleeding doesn't come back or B. Until the feathers come back? Like I said there's no liquid blood it's just spotty and dried on her skin. Should I clean her up with some soap and water, antiseptic? Or just let the dried blood stay and the wounds heal naturally?