I realize that aspiration has something to do with the birds airway being blocked by liquid or solid material. But does someone have a better explanation? Maybe a diagram of what happens? And, in the event of aspiration, is there anything that can be done at the time to save the bird? Is there a chicken heimlich maneuver? I know what aspiration is generally, but dont know specifics as I have been lucky enough to not have to deal with this much. But I was thinking about it because I am bathing birds regularly now, and I want to be prepared unless one inadvertently aspirates water while I'm bathing them.