EDIT: Go figure as soon as I post this, I got home and the tundra swan had passed away. Whatever was wrong with it was just too much, I suppose. Unfortunate, but I do feel honored that I got to care for such a majestic bird, and that it passed away in a peaceful place. First off, let me preface this with the fact that I am a licensed wildlife rehabber and therefore I have quite a few resources available (as in, I will likely take this bird to the vet, can get medications usually, and call other wildlife rehab groups for advice if needed). That said, I would love to get input from experienced swan people if possible! If anyone has suggestions of what to do to make this bird comfortable and treat its illness, I'm all ears. This is the first swan I've cared for and most of my wildlife group is new to swans as well. I have a wild juvenile tundra swan in my care currently, and I have had him or her since December 12th. It originally came in with a limp. The limp is now gone, but the bird still seems rather weak, isn't eating as well as I would like, and the stools are very watery and a bright shade of green. I'm thinking it could have chlamydia psittaci (one of my ducks originally had it and the symptoms seem similar), and if that is the case I thankfully know how to treat it. Though it would be nice to hear if anyone has any ideas of dosages for doxycycline or tetracycline so I can perhaps go and get some preemptively. Is there anything aside from flock raiser and scratch that I ought to offer the swan? It has green grass available to munch on if desired. Is there any way I can make the bird more comfortable in its current solitary state? I feel bad having it away from other swans, with them being social birds and all, but of course if what it has is contagious I'm not going to expose it to other birds. Anyway, swan care tips would be great. Or even just good wishes for the bird! I'll post pictures eventually, I need to get some good shots first.