First Aid for A Bleeding Feather
Identify the bleeding feather by cleaning with hydrogen peroxide or water.
Pat a small amount of fine white flour onto the area to absorb the blood and make a "dough ball". We use Kwik Stop here at the shop it contains both styptic powder and an antibacterial, and works instantly! Everyone who has a bird should have some!
If it continues to bleed, the entire damaged feather can be removed from the follicle with tweezers or forceps - make sure you provide support to the base of the feather.
If bleeding persists, consult your veterinarian.