I need some advice about this Rhode Island Red which was damaged by a large branch of a fallen birch tree. It happened about 3 months ago when there was a tornado in the area and we got some microbursts at the tail end of it. They uprooted and snapped many large trees in the neighborhood. This poor thing had two big and one very large major branches broken by the birch tree. As a result a good portion of the maple is now missing and it looks very misshapen compared to its original nice globular form. The first picture is the original damage. The rest are from today, everything is very wet because of rain. The tree and wounds seem fine, I didn’t do anything to it so far. When it is dry, there is no sign of decay in the open wood. I tried to do a “360 view “ of the trunk and the main branches. What are your thoughts on what I should do and when I should do it? Many thanks in advance for your help!