Two days ago I found a black-headed full with what I think is a broken wing. The wing exactly isn’t droopy but it keeps flapping the injured wing in and out (like, constantly) and doesn’t seems to be able to fold it away properly. The gull still seems to be quite alert although it hasn’t been flying, and did NOT like being put in a box/carrier. I didn’t want to stress it out even more so at the moment it’s just wandering around my bedroom. I couldn’t find any worms yet but I read they also eat fish so I’ve given it two prawns a day which I cut up to make them easier to eat. I’m not sure how much black-headed gulls eat but I was scared to feed it too much because the internet said something about not giving birds food in case you accidentally feed them the wrong thing or too much. I also gave it a little water (another thing the internet said to be careful of) but I’ve given it a little more today because it doesn’t seem like it’s in shock any more. I’m still going to try to find some worms for it to eat, and I believe black-headed gulls can also eat seeds, anyone know what kind of seeds it might like? I might have this gull for a while so I need prepare to feed it for around six weeks or more while the wing heals. I don’t think the wing will heal unless I wrap it so today I’m going to put some honey and gauze on any wounds it still has and bandage the wing. Any advice on this? Also, since this bird lives in a colony, any advice on eventually releasing it? Should I go to a coastal or wetland area and release it where there’s already a black headed gull colony? Will it integrate with its fellow gulls? Also, it seems to be very enamoured with its own reflection. It keeps staring at my mirror! Is this normal? Also, it has its winter plumage right now, is that normal for August? Any advice would be gratefully received, thank you!