Sorry for the long post. Just wondering if anyone has had a duck or chicken survive/heal from this bad of a wound. This is how I found her Monday right before I had to leave for work. Thankful for my neighbor that took her in until I could get off work. So that night cleaned wound with vetericyn and applied neosporin and silvadene cream then wrapped. I noticed that the wound already had a bad odor. Started her on water mixed with antibiotic and aspirin. Had to completely guess on dosing. All I could find was chicken dosing and I know ducks drink a heck of a lot more water. It is the powdered oxytetracycline 10g bag. I am mixing 2 tsp and 5 baby aspirin in a half gallon of water. Her eyes are still bright and she still eats and drinks so I figured we might have a fighting chance. She is in a dog crate with towels/pads in my house. Yesterday morning I let her bathe in tub then proceeded with the same wound cleaning dressing routine but better wrapped the wing hoping to stabilize it more and promote proper alignment. I would not doubt if wing is broken or dislocated but cannot be sure bc I know it must hurt her to move it. Anyhow, after talking with a Doctor at work yesterday I had high hopes that her wound might actually heal. Last night after work I got her out for bath and wound care and took some more pictures so that I can track any progress or lack of so that I could better gauge if she should be euthanized. She has been such a good duck and let's me tend to her wounds without a fight and huddles in to be pet and comforted. Problem being is that I keep looking at these pictures and cannot fathom how this wound can heal. It's not just feathers missing or a cut or a puncture... it's... horrible. Wanted to know if there is any hope for her. Thank you in advance. Forgot to mention the wound does not have that rotting flesh stench anymore. Wound after bath. Dressed and back in crate. I am wrapping wing best I can according to instructions on this website... http://wildliferehabber.com/rehab-data/wing-fractures Any additional advice/suggestions are greatly welcome.