Hi everyone, This past weekend, I went to a show and purchased a trio of bantam Wyandottes. They seemed healthy and fine at the show, and I checked them for mites/lice at the show as the breeder mentioned that two he was planning on bringing that morning had lice - but these guys were clean. So I brought them home and discovered the cockerel had a very loud voice, and the hens as well as the cockerel haven't been handled much. On Tuesday, I noticed that one of the hens was not being as active as the other hen and the cockerel, and sleeping lightly in a corner, and her comb and wattles were a little paler then usual - when I bought her she had naturally pale comb/wattles. Yesterday we moved them to a larger breeding pen. Cockerel/hen were fine, and even the one that had me worried was digging around and investigating as well as finding dried mealworms I had thrown for them, so I figured she was just stressed from the move and was calming down. Tonight though, she was doing what she was doing on Tuesday - sleeping in a corner, with a pale comb/wattles. She didn't even get up when I threw more mealworms. Now I'm very worried about her. I don't want to loose another bird this year, I've lost 6 to hawks, including Flo, my sweetheart Cochin frizzle bantam. Tonight, I noticed the other hen would go up to her and peck her for no obvious reason. I know about the pecking order but this was a mean peck when she was just sleeping. The cockerel is being nice to her, but not paying her much attention. Tomorrow I'm planning on separating her and giving her a nice, warm bath. But I still don't know what's wrong with her. If maybe I had missed lice on her, wouldn't the cockerel and other hen be doing the same thing? Anyone who has any suggestions as to what's wrong with her, please share... Thanks so much. Picture of her with the other two tonight: Edited because I added the wrong picture.