I have this on the Peafowl forum, but hoping someone could help ease my mind here. Last evening my one year old pea hen gulped down a whole cherry. It got stuck in her throat just under her beak. As the evening went on, she got it down further (to her crop perhaps), but was still doing the gulping motions and occasionally spitting up white foamy stuff. She roosted as normal, but this morning, she's not coming down from her roost & not coming for treats as usual. She looks like she's uncomfortable. It doesn't appear to be blocking her breathing, but she is definitely not herself. Is there anything I could do?? My only thought would be to try to force water down her throat with a syringe maybe - but I'd worry about drowning her. Do I try to make her move around? Do I let her alone hoping her digestive system takes care of it? I'm completely at a loss on this one. What a dumb thing to happen!! ANY advice from the BYC'ers here???