I have recently rescued a young female IRN. She was found outside. Has a broken wing that has healed over which vet does not think is worth re-breaking so she is flightless. I've had her a little over a week, and she is absolutely terrified of me and any other human. Come too close, and she literally throws herself off of or out of her cage when possible. She falls like a rock, doesn't flutter at all. I'm familiar with special-need birds, my Quaker is a plucker/self-mutilator who I brought back from the brink of death. He is also flightless, but if he falls, he flutters down to break his fall. He is doing great now. My IRN - Kiwi - eats well and is calm with my Quaker and me if I'm not too near her. She takes treats from my hand and seems to like it when I talk to her. But when I'm in contact with her physically (I have to take her out to clean her cage and get her back in it if she jumps out) she is in full panic mode. Eyes shrink to pin-pricks and she screams (usually silent) and she just keeps trying to jump away. HOWEVER, she can step up and will, but then just frantically wants back in her cage. I know you'll probably tell me what I already know - time, patience and treats, but as I'm not familiar with this bread, I thought I'd ask. Is it normal for them to jump like that?