my delaware chicks are about 8 weeks old now, but are almost full feathered. it got really hot today where i'm at, i would say low 90's. the girls all seemed warm, they were panting even after i had changed their waters and gave them a bowl with some ice water in hopes that it might cool them down. it's later in the evening now, still in the upper 70's though. most of the chicks are acting fine, some still panting, but the biggest concern is one of my chicks that we named goosey. she's panting heavily and it looks like she might've thrown up. she was roosting and clearish liquid came from her mouth. i'm wondering if any of you have had an experience like this and know what to do? should i take goosey to the vet? they chicks are inside in a large box by the window which i've opened. they're old enough now that i've turned off the brooder lights in the box. they do have plenty of room to move around and sufficient access to water and food. so i'm concerned about what is wrong. i didn't give the girls any kind of scratch or treats today because it was too warm. thanks for all of your comments/suggestions/help. jeremy.