Hi, looking for some advice please. I know nothing about Pigeons. Found a Feral Pigeon in my garden 2 weeks ago that didn't fly away with its flock. Noticed that it was hanging around on the floor and has a droopy wing. The pigeon was eating and drinking ok. As I approached, it ran away and then attempted flight. It flew but very badly, made it to the fence. It's right wing seemed very injured. After about 2 hours of sitting on the fence it attempted to fly up onto a low roof and then eventually onto the high roof. It took the Pigeon about 5 hours to get onto the high roof in total. I noticed the pigeon again 3 days later, same pattern, comes down for food every 3 days (I assume because its starving) then takes about 5 hours and flys badly to get back onto the roof where it stays for 3 days and doesn't move. This has been going on for 2 weeks now. It walks fine, seems bright, energetic except for the wing. I'm guessing that each time it fly's it re-injures the wing and is only getting down when it is starving. As this has been going on for 2 weeks now with no improvement I decided to catch it today to see if I could help. I got a large cage from a friend , caught the Pigeon and inspected it. I noticed it had what seems like a hard boil, lump on what I will call its shoulder outside part of the right wing. I could also feel some swelling under the wing opposite the lump. I've taken some pictures of the Pigeon and the boil / lump on the outside of the wing. She is eating and drinking ok and is safe inside now in a large cage away from cats etc. I've also cleaned the boil (which looks very sore) with a antimicrobial called Vetericyn and put a small amount of Germolene (Neosporin) on the lump and underneath the wing where it feels swollen. Today is the first day she has had any treatment. I wondered if anyone could advise what I should do please. I noticed somebody mentioned on another thread something about suspected paratyphoid for a similer sounding lump and that antibiotics called Ciprofloxacin would be worth trying. Could anyone advise please, if it sounds like paratyphoid , where I can get some Ciprofloxacin if that is recommended (in the UK) and any other advice please would be most appreciated.