My partridge silkie Chewbacca is sick. I've got her separated from the other hens and she's camped out in the garage right now. I just have no idea what to do and would like to do something to make her feel more comfortable, if not cure her. I had thought she was molting-- one of my other birds had been showing signs, so I figured that she might be molting, too. So I didn't really pay attention over the first few days that she was acting "slow". Finally, yesterday, I picked her up and looked at her face and was horrified by the nasal discharge and just the general look of her face. She has clear nasal discharge that feels rather sticky. Her feathers, dirt, and shavings keep getting stuck to it. It's making bubbles on her beak, and though I try wiping her beak every now and then, it just comes back. She's keeping her eyes firmly shut-- I can't tell if she's able to open them at all or if she's just determined to keep them close. She's breathing through her mouth for the most part. I had a friend over to take a look (she's more experienced with chickens than I am) and she also noted that there's an odd smell, but it doesn't smell ridiculously disgusting like it had been on a sick chicken she had. I saw Chewie eating this morning, so at least she's getting something in her. Is there anything I can do to help her? Thanks, all. This is my first time being a chicken-nurse, so I want to try and be as helpful as I can.