This is one of my Mother's crested ducks I like to call "Einstein". She is the last crested duck we have since one was dead on arrival and the other died from a parasite infection just before winter. The other ducks in the flock never really liked her much-- you could see them "picking" on her, not letting her near the feed. It wasn't every really that bad until about a month ago. I went to check on the ducks and noticed that she was sitting away from the rest of the flock in a corner of the barn all by herself. Apparently, she had been like that all day...and I knew that wasn't a good sign. So I scooped her up and made her comfortable in a room in a old dog kennel that the previous owners had built. She was very skinny, and I figured if I warmed her up and got some fat on her she may be okay. A week and a half goes by, and she seems to be doing awesome, however, we were expecting temperatures around -20 below so I didn't want to kick her out from a 50 degree room into the frigged outdoors. Needless to say, she is still in the kennel, but over the last week I noticed discharge coming from her eyes and it has gotten worse. Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong with her? I imminently though maybe an upper respiratory infection? Or Aspergillosis? But I have no idea for sure. She does make little sneeze like noises every now and then...I can treat her if I can figure out what wrong with her but I just don't know enough about Avian aliments. I am a Vet Tech and did do a fecal flotation on her before the eye discharge appeared just to see if there were any parasites or protozoa making her feel crummy and didn't see any. For any of my Veterinarians or other medical gurus out there is there any test I can do to find out whats wrong? And what would be the best treatment? PLEASE HELP!