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I find it a bit over-sharpened with a white halo around it on close inspection. It would also be more interesting with more detail in the shadows. I did that below in "quick and dirty" fashion with a middle slider Levels correction. That also lightened the sky but I find I like that better also, in part because it doesn't make the sharpening halo on the leading edge of the wing as obvious.
Feathers (and fur) get their illusion of 3D shape and texture in 2D photos from specular reflections formed by the tiny flat facets. Unfortunately the AA filter on digital cameras kill them. A way to compensate for that it is selectively over sharpen. In my edit above I over-sharpened a duplicate layer with USM = 500, .5,0. Then using a mask I applied it just to the body of the bird. Then using the opacity slider on the dupe sharpened layer I moved it from 0% to 100% to find the point it looked best, settling on 40%.