Mouth and Nostril bleeding

Falcons are subjected to such kinds of bleeding when being hit by a hard object, hitting the ground during training or hunting, talons being too long causing injury to the inside or outside of the nose (when the falcon is using its talons trying to clean its face), as a result the long sharp talons could attach to the opening of the nose or by applying too much pressure using sharp instruments for cleaning (when trying to clean using a water injection) and trying to remove blisters caused by pox. It is advisable in the situations described, to keep the bird in a dark, quiet and warm place, and bring him to a hospital for an x-ray investigation to rule out any bone injury.