My 9month old easter egger, Barbara has been lethargic for the past few days. I myself have had the flu soy dad has mainly been watching them while I get better. I went outside to check on them yeatetday and noticed she was moving slower than usual and would sleep an awful lot. I brought her inside to be seperated and so she could be watched. She has a mix gatorade and water and also blueberries and grain to eat. Earlier yesterday her grabbing when I was feeding was very delicate and that's not like her. Once separated, she ate most of the blue berries and drank alittle bit of the water mix. I left her there to rest a few hours thinking maybe she was just tired/dehydrated. This morning (I let her out yesterday before bed time and she went back with the flock and ate/drank/got to bed just fine) she wouldn't come down from her perch and was hunched together and sleepy again so I brought her back in. She isn't eating or drinking anything and is very sleepy. Since it's Sunday my avian vet is closed but I will be taking her first thing in the morning tomorrow. I plan to try to feed her some egg/grain/apple/honey mix and was going to needleless syringe "sav-a-chick" fluid in her in hopes to perk her up. She'll be sleeping inside tonight. Her poop has been fairly mucousy and has tinges of blood in it so I'm thinking it might be cocci (my newest chick had it and was treated but you never know how/what can spread) or a crop infection. My roo had one at 3months old and had very similar behavior. If anyone has a similar experience I'd appreciate your input and am always welcome to tips/advice. Thanks BYC!