I have a gosling, 9 days old. He's doing great (I'll call him he, though I don't really know), eating like crazy, growing like a weed. But, for the last few days he's had what I'd call a runny nose. He'll occasionally have liquid come out of his nose, even when he hasn't had any water for a while, and he'll sling his head around to sling the liquid off, like he's blowing his nose. Little droplets of wetness go flying. But that doesn't bug me much, I figure he has a cold. Birds get those. I'm making sure he stays as warm as he wants, and has plenty to eat and drink. But, recently, over the last 3 days, his feet have started peeling. It started around his ankles and them moved down to his feet and up his legs. Not cracked/dry/bleeding type peeling. More like he had a sunburn, healed, and now the top layer of his skin is coming off type peeling. He doesn't seem to notice, it doesn't seem to hurt him, and the skin underneath looks/feels soft and normal. Is this something wrong with him? Or is it normal? And, another question. Do I have to teach him what to eat? Right now I've got him on non-medicated starter crumbles. I occasionally bring him some cut grass, and he happily eats it. It's warm here in the days (over 80F) so I've started bringing him outside occasionally, and he'll see me picking grass for him, and he'll chew on the grass too, though he's not good at eating it yet unless I tear it off for him. Will his instincts kick in? Will he figure out what he should be eating? Or do I need to help him figure it out?