Tonight I found my female pheasant with a swollen eye - to the point the eye is not visible anymore. It is swollen around and under the eye and discharge coming from the eye area as well as nasal passages. Both "nose" holes are clogged and she's breathing through the mouth. It's been raining all week but she seemed fine just yesterday. I've cleaned off her beak as best I could but it appears to be leaking from the swollen area into her nasal passage? So she still breaths through her mouth. I have placed her in a cage in the coop (she won't go inside on her own, ever...and I wanted her dry and warmer and hopefully not getting picked on) but I am worried about passing a possible infection on to my other birds...I've never seen this before so not sure if it's contagious or not. Other than getting some Tylan from the vet in the a.m. any other ideas of what I can do right now? Should I attempt to wipe up the discharge over the eye or leave it be? She hate being handled so I'm leaning toward not stressing her out any more than needed and just placing vitamins in the water for tonight. Any input is appreciated - have you dealt with this before? Prognosis? Thank you!