Sadly, it seems that now the OTHER pheasant (the one that was just FINE yesterday) is going downhill... he's exhibiting the same symptoms as the baby who died last night...general droopiness, not eating, sleeping constantly... I've been giving him sugar water, which he takes when I rub it along his beak...about two hours ago, he seemed to suddenly perk up and started pecking at his food, but now he appears to be going back down... Should I keep giving him sugar water? Is there anything else I can give him? Should I just leave him alone and let him sleep? He doesn't seem as weak as the other baby. He can still walk/perch on my finger/flap his wings. But he seems to be heading towards weakness. He was so strong-willed yesterday. Now he's very, very docile. I figure...you win some you lose some. I just can't believe that BOTH of them are going to die. I did buy him a companion today. The new little pheasant is wilder than a march hare. I hope it stays that way! Any ideas?