Abscesses on legs and wing
I would appreciate very much if you could provide the diagnosis (or the best possible guess) and regimen (instructions of treatment) based on the attached photos, as we live far away from the nearest avian veterinarian.
The bird is over 25 years old female Quaker Parrakeet
(Myiopsitta monachus monachus).
Those abscesses appeared this spring, first to her legs and now also to the right wing.
Her feathers became thinner a year, maybe two years, ago and since then she has not really flown. She eats normally, as always, but sleeps very much and when awake she rather stays still. Until now she has always been healthy and in good condition.
How does a bird express pain?
Bird Six months before, normal legs
Left1-2 Left leg, details
Right1-4 Right leg, details
Wing Right wing, detail