I have two wyandottes who love to do everything together... I was watching them yesterday dust bathing and throwing all kinds of dirt and whatever else all over each other... and at the time, I noticed one of them was holding her eyes closed... I didn't think anything of it, because I've seen them close their eyes while dustbathing, or sun bathing etc... Then yesterday evening, I noticed she was walking around, with that eye closed and trying to wipe it on her wing as if something was bothering her eye... So I picked her up and checked her out. I noticed what looked like a piece of gummed up grass stuck half in and half out of her eye. Carefully, I removed it... and she seemed better, but the pupil of her eye was fully dilated, so she didn't act like she could see out of it very well. Well I just checked her again today, and she's still got it closed. It doesn't look swollen or anything, but when I picked her up and held her to check it over again, it was a little pussy... or maybe it was just a big goober of eye snot... I don't know. So I cleared it... and opened her eyelids to see what I could find. Holding a chicken's head still and prying it's eyelids apart...hard thing that. Anyway, I saw what appeared to be a yellowish white almost scrambled egg textured something coming out from behind her eye ball... And I don't know what it is, nor am I able to hold her still enough to get it out... So... Any ideas on what it is I am looking at? My thought is that it is something that is stuck back in there real good that her body has gummed up but can't remove. And any tips on how to restrain her so that I may more safely care for her... because I don't want to scratch or otherwise further injure her eye.