I have 5 little sebrights that are all about 4 wks old. They are on medicated chick feed (Purina Starter Grower). These little guys are usually VERY active and quick, but today, after I let them out of the coop, I noticed that one was standing by itself in the run. She (I think it's a girl) seemed to just sort of be huddling there with her shoulders hunched and her feathers all poofed out. Her eyes look sort of droopy, too (like she's sleepy). So I decided to catch her to see what was wrong, and I was able to walk right up and catch her really easily. This is another warning flag because it is normally pretty tough to catch any of the sebrights because they are very shy and move fast when they see you heading their way. I did not find any obvious injuries, so I took her inside and put her in a box with food and water so I could observe. So far, I have given her free access to plenty of chick feed and water, plus I gave her a drop of Polyvisol and fed her a little of the Exact hand feeding formula. Her crop seemed pretty empty when I caught her, and she seems fairly light in comparison with the other sebrights. I saw her poo after I had her in the box, and it was normal, fairly solid and brown with the white tip. Her breathing is normal, no wheezing or gurgling or mucous build-up. The eyes look clear. So it does not look like respiratory illness so far. For now, I am just trying to keep her quiet and get food and water into her. I also put a 3 wk old BR chick in with her to keep her company (tried to put another sebright in with her, but he screamed his head off so I switched the nursemate for something quieter!) I just need to know if there is anything else that I should/could be doing to help her out?