My Easter Egger has been staying in the nesting box for a few days, and is acting strange. She seems uncomfortable and has her tail feathers all raised in the air. She often makes a chortling sort of noise-- it's quiet, but throaty sounding. She has been doing this for a few days. She is still laying eggs- but only about every other day rather than every day. I have been able to coax her out for a few minutes each day and she eats a tiny bit and drinks a tiny bit, but she heads back. The noises and her posture worry me. She does seem to have a bit of diarrhea-- very small bits of green-brown poo without the white edges. I have been taking little cups of water into the nesting box to encourage her to drink. She doesn't appear to do much drinking but I leave the cup next to her. She sometimes makes a louder noise and stands with her butt up in the air, all puffed up. Then she will lower down a bit but is still up high. I would be inclined to think she is egg bound, but she still lays just not every day as she has been. The eggs have been her normal petite size. And even after she lays, she tends to stay this way, in her nesting box day and night. She is 7 months old and has been laying for at least two months. This photos hows the normal nesting box posture (silver laced wyandotte) and then hers. Thanks for any help.