Today I noticed that my white Ameraucana wasn't running to me as she usually did with the rest of the flock. She was sat back on the outskirt of the woods on a fallen tree. It struck me as unusual for her. Two hours later, she was still there. I went to look at her and she didn't seem to move much. I picked her up and all this liquid came from her beak??? No nasel discharge, eyes bright, no ruffled feathers. I decided to bring her in to keep an eye on her so while I was setting up the dog crate, I put her in a part of the coop alone. When I went to get her to bring her in, she had layed a shelless egg (jelly egg I think some folk refer to it as on here). She's been laying for about two weeks now. So.....she is now in my dining room in a dogcrate with Sulmet in her water and food available. She looks fine, not larthargic atall but kind of still, not moving much.....any ideas anyone? This little bird is one of our favorites.