I have 3 baby chicks that are 2 days old. All chicks are being contained in a box with a heating pad under to maintain a temp. of approx. 90 degrees. One chick is a buff orpington, one is a rhode island red/buff orpington mix, and the other is an ameraucana. I had two ameraucana chicks, but this morning one of them died of unknown causes. The remaining ameraucana appears to be showing symptoms of not eating or drinking as much as the others, and I have not see him poop this morning. He is also raising his head and opening and closing his mouth like he is trying to drink. Does anyone know what these symptoms may be? Does anyone know if there is anything I can do to save this chick? The two ameraucana chicks were incubated from eggs that were brought back from a trip to a friends chicken farm in New Mexico, the Rhode Island red and buff orpington chicks were from eggs that were laid by our chickens here in Florida. Could it be possible that there are viruses here in Florida that the chicks from New Mexico may not be immune to?