My white peacock is almost 2 years old, large, and not under fed at all. He is still active and still eating and drinking but for the last few weeks his right eye ( just the right eye) has been pink and just in the last couple weeks has begun to swell up. He's been wormed, I already treated his eye with Vetericynn, a topical antibiotic, and a few days treatment of Tylan 200. I took him into the avian vet and he had no idea what's caused it. As far as the vet can tell my peacock has no communicable diseases and nothing behind his eye nor is the soft tissue around the eye inflamed. The vet said the soft tissue actually looks perfectly fine. It is his ACTUAL EYE that is swollen, nothing else. Vet said he has seen this in turkeys but usually just culls, not solve or cure the issue. I was wondering if anyone here has ever experienced this? Just to reiterate this bird has been vet checked, has no diseases or respiratory issues, and the soft tissue around the eye is fine. There is no liquid or anything that can be lanced or any liquid to expell. It is his actual eye itself and it is pink and swollen to twice the size it should be. If anyone has had any experience with this please let me know. I love this bird and desperately want to save him AND his eye.