Hey guys I went out earlier to collect eggs and I noticed that our 1.5 year old RSL is shaking her head and scratching her face quite a bit. There is no discharge coming from her eyes, her nostrils are not blocked (clear "snot" was going everywhere as she was shaking her head). There was really no sneezing or anything else abnormal going on. Her comb is standing up wonderfully but a little pale in color but that's to be expected as she laid a lash egg over the summer so we know her time could be up at any moment and hasnt been laying. Does this seem like a respiratory infection? I fortunately have never had any such issues so I'm not exactly sure what to be looking for. The 11 other girls she is with are fine and not showing any issues at this point. 6 out of my 12 are laying now that they are out of their HARD molt. We changed bedding yesterday and have a pretty well ventilated coop. Although its insanely beautiful today after the crazy cold snap we just had they will he kept in their coop. We have a hawk and fox that have picked off 8 of our girls already so until their run is built they're "trapped". Their coop is plenty big for the 12 girls and as I said they have good ventilation .... Thanks so much! Edited to add that she doesn't look uncomfortable by any means . She was up roosting and had a comfortable and natural stance. Bright eyed. She wasnt hunched or lethargic et.