Last Friday I took in a female cinnamon pied pearl cockatiel from a lady I know who breeds. She claims one night her birds had a horrible night fright episode and then later on noticed this little girl's wing seemed to be bothering her. She had not been taken to the vet for the injury.
I felt sorry for this tiel and agreed to let her come live with us. I have three females who live together in harmony and thought since I had the room in the cage one more wouldn't hurt.
The little girl we named Morgan. She's been a breeder for two different people and never had a name before. She's officially retired now. She seems to favor her right wing and will not go to the top of the cage at all. Plus it looks to me that her wings are droopy. I was advised it may be tendon damage or a break causing this.
So, has anyone on here had any experience with droopy wings and the damage that may cause it? I'm wondering what if anything can be done to help this problem? I've made an appointment with my great avian vet but the appointment is not until Wednesday. I appreciate any feedback or thoughts about Morgan.