my black australops are about 10-11 weeks old now and one is acting like she doesn't feel well. she is sleepy, with her head kind of hunched in (like not stretching her neck out) and her feather seem "fluffier" than usual. she was sleeping outside standing up away from the others (we have 4 all together). when i picked her up, her feet were freezing! i live near houston and it's 50* out right now, but the low last night was in the 30's. we didn't put a lamp out last night because i've been reading they can withstand pretty cold temps, even though for us, 30's is freezing and "bad winter weather"! LOL! anyway, she will fall asleep when i hold her, so i brought her in and put her in a box with some bedding and water. she is laying down asleep right now. she doesn't seem to be in pain or anything. she hasn't poo'd yet in the box, so i don't know if her droppings are ok. i've been reading up on here about impacted crops. she hasn't tried to eat and was not scratching around eating like the rest of them when she was outside, so i am wondering if that's what it is. when i feel her crop (really, i don't know what i'm doing here...) all i feel on her chest is feathers and bone i guess. it doesn't feel like a water balloon or a ball. she will perk up and peep at us when we talk to her, but other than that, she's just sitting there. any ideas??? oh, her feet are nice and warm now being inside!