I found my 4 month old brahma gasping for air on the roost this morning and making a gurgling sound. I gave her a bit of olive oil in a syringe thinking something may be lodged in her throat - i couldnt see anything stuck though. I tried to check her all over and found a very clean hole in her back right by the "shoulder" part of her wing. It seems the air she breathes is escaping through this hole. My thought is that maybe a hawk tried to grab her and punctured her back? Does this mean she has a punctured lung and wont survive? Should i try to bandage the hole and tape it up? There is no blood and everything else seems normal. I dont want her to suffer but dont want to cull if she'll recover. Bigfoot is my youngest son's favorite.