i got my order of eight toulose goslings on friday. they all seems nice and healthy and wanted to eat and drink right away. i noticed that one out of the eight was acting funny. when the gosling drinks, instead of tilting its head up to swallow the water like the rest of the birds, its neck bends back 180 degrees on top of its back and it flips over backward. it seems that it is a bodily reaction to the water, not a concious effort to tilt its head back to drink the water. the gosling is healthy otherwise. i felt its neck and can't seem to find any abnormality. there is nothing that the bird could have caught in its throat such as wood shavings and i haven't given the birds too much water. what could be the problem? the hatchery gave me a refund on the abnormal bird and said that it sounds like the birds overheated in transit. doesn't seem likely. i would like to see the gosling make it even if i got my money refunded for that bird. other than this problem, it is doing fine with the rest of the birds. thanks, monty ps. i found a post on the goose forum titled "goose convulses after drinking water." this is exactly what this gosling is doing.