I came across an injured carrion crow (Corvus corone) yesterday as I was walking through the woods between Farnborough and Frimley. It was sitting on the path, trembling a little, and there was a little blood just above its beak. Its feathers looked rather tatty, quite unlike the glossy black plumage that is normal for carrion crows. I suppose it might have been hit by a car on the nearby Blackwater Valley Relief Road, or else it had flown into the power lines that cross the path just a bit further on. I picked it up and moved it under some bushes, so that it wouldn't be bothered by cyclists or dogs on the path. It didn't struggle at all.
This morning when I walked past the same spot, I looked under the bushes and it was gone. There wasn't even a single black feather left, so I presume that it must have recovered and flown away.