When I went down to the pen just now one of the goslings didn't come over with the rest. He was sitting in the middle of the pen looking sleepy. When I washed out the water dish and put it back in he wobbled over and took a drink. I picked him up he spit up the water (All of my goslings have been handled since day one, don't squirm (much) and never regurgitate when handled). He didn't have any interest in food and I now have him inside. He looks like he is breathing inward through his mouth, outward through his nostrils (I can feel the air coming out of his nostrils, then he opens his mouth to breathe and repeats the process). He also has a clear fluid very slowly dripping out of his nostrils (I don't know if that is extra water or not). His breathing isn't faster or slower than usual. He's fast asleep and doesn't want to lift his own neck up. When it drops at too much of an angle he becomes startled, wakes up and drifts back off to sleep. So far I have him bundled up and resting in my lap. If you talk to him, he won't talk back, but will wake up to listen. From time to time he will trill a little, but it's extremely quiet. He's in with four other goslings, a goose pair that keeps trying to adopt them without any luck (the goslings have bonded with us), and a bunch of muscovy ducklings that are half his size. He's always been the runt of the litter, which somehow got him the name Biscuit, and is about six weeks old. It looks a lot like a cold to me, but if so, what do you treat a cold with in a baby goose? Does anyone have any other thoughts or suggestions?