Hello, This is my first time posting on here. My 3 year old Indian Runner duck, Maybelle, has not been eating the past few days and her poop is a light, mint green liquid. I have a very small flock (2 runner ducks & 2 geese) and they free range during the day. Green peas are her favorite treat and I’ve only been able to get her to eat a few peas this entire week. She won’t touch her mealworms or layer feed. I’ve only been successful feeding her earthworms I found in the yard (she’s only eaten 4-5 earthworms over past couple days). I’m concerned that she’s starving herself. She has little energy since she stopped eating. I initially thought since she was going through a heavy molt that she was simply lethargic from the whole molting process. Her abdomen isn’t swollen and Maybelle is my best egg layer, up until a couple weeks ago when she stopped laying. She usually stops laying when she’s molting. Her pin feathers are growing in and I honestly don’t know what triggered this. Her liquid minty green poop has me very concerned. She has no labored breathing, wheezing, or lumps. She walks short distances and I brought her inside the house last night. I made her an electrolyte mixture and she is drinking small amounts. I keep checking on her during the night and coax her to drink and eat her favorite peas, but she will not eat. I let her relax in my bathhtub last night in hopes she would perk up and try to eat (she loves searching for food while swimming in tub) but I couldn’t get much of a reaction out of her. I don’t think it’s worms, because my other runner duck (her sister) is healthy and active as usual. It seems as though what little she eats isn’t being digested properly. I’m going to make a vet appointment tomorrow. We have an avian vet in town, but unfortunatly the vet is more of a parrot doctor than duck/chicken. I haven’t had much success with this vet when I had a chicken emergency earlier this year. I don’t really have much choice at this point. I photographed her poop from tonight. Has anyone ever dealt with poop like this before in their flock???