I have an Olive Egger that is overall very healthy, active and lays almost everyday. I'm not sure how old she is though. Today, she started running around frantically with her beak open. She was acting like she was searching for something. She doesn't normally do this before she lays. Anyway, she soon went to her favorite nesting box and stayed for about 30 minutes or so, then moved over to a nesting box that NEVER EVER gets used. All the while she is still panting. After about 1 hour she finally layed an egg, still panting. (She always pants when she lays an egg, is that normal?) She gets out of the box and runs over to the corner of the run and starts picking up pieces of pine straw and leaves and puts them down beside her. She still has her beak open and has her wings tucked in real tight. Could she be getting broody? Is she trying to make a nest? What could this be? Is this normal? I tried to get her to drink some water, which she did, but still has her beak open. She has also been eating normal. Thanks for any suggestions.