My sister found a fledgling pigeon while walking that fell from a nest from a overpass into the street. She placed the pigeon on the sidewalk. When she came home and told me about it we returned and placed the pigeon in the box and brought it home. I called around for help and did not found any at all at first. Someone called me the next day from a wildlife facility and asked me did the bird have any injuries. If it did not have injuries she suggested taking the pigeon back where we found it and put in a safe place where the mother can here the baby's call. I did not see any apparent injuries at first because the bird was sitting up. I thought it was not moving that much because it was a baby, but later I noticed that it's leg was hurt. I have no way of talking him to a vet and I was told that some wildlife places and vets euthanize these birds. He seems to be doing somewhat better, but the phalanges on his leg are not healing properly and seem to be curved in. I really would like to help him fly. I feed some pigeons that come by and the baby pigeon seems to chirp when they arrive even though the birds do not say anything. It seems to know when they are around. One of the pigeons sits on the banister and seems to watch the baby pigeon. This pigeon may be its mother. I really would like to help this bird get back out there. Is there something more I can do for his leg so it can heal properly. I am located in Chicago, Illinois. Thank you.