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I'm sorry to hear of this. It does sound like some trauma has occurred to this left wing. It is good that the bleeding has stopped and that he is eating and drinking OK.
If you feel that you have been able to inspect the wing well for any skin wohdns or fractures then we could give him 12-24hours of strict rest to see if things improve, if not or if there are any skin wounds then I would advise taking him to a vet (ideally one with avian experience) for a full examination and xray which may need to be under anaesthesia.
I hope that answers your question? Please let me know if you need any further help or advice.
Shaking can indicate fear and possibly pain. I would perhaps cover the cage over for a few hours to let him settle, if he remains like that then he must see a Vet