Hey there, Today I was out feeding and watering my flock of five and heard a very high pitched almost crowing noise. At six months old, I know none of my chickens are roosters so it was very strange. I came around the corner and my Easter Egger, Maybelline, was standing in the door of the coop sneezing. I started filming her, so I have a recording of her noise, but I'm not sure if I can embed it. You can see in the video that she's breathing with her mouth open and her tail is dropped when it's normally parallel with the ground. I'm very alarmed. It's rained very heavily here the last couple of weeks because there was a hurricane in Mexico, so I'm not sure if that could have something to do with it or not. They're cooped up for the night, but I didn't separate her because I'm not sure how serious it is. Any input would be appreciated.