I noticed one of my 13 week old EE's, 'Pepper', sounded like she was wheezing & honking (she's always honked instead of clucking) when I let the birds out of the coop this morning. When I went to give the girls roast for lunch Pepper was trying to eat as much as the others but was having to drop pieces to wheeze & I think she has to breath through her mouth. I could hear her wheezing & honking constantly across the backyard, it started really making me nervous so I separated her from the others, brought her inside & she is not happy. She looks healthy (eyes, bottom, feathers, legs) has been eating & drinking normally & her poo looks normal. I did clean poo & some bedding out of their coop yesterday as well as wipe it down some & added some new bedding. This is in Chesapeake, VA & the weather has been screwy for the last 3 weeks. We went from upper 60's to an average of 86 degrees all last week to about 68 & nothing but heavy rain &/or drizzle for the last 5 days after 2 months of no rain, everything feels damp. I don't know if the damp weather has brought this on & I should keep her inside & warm for a few days under a lamp? Does she need to be medicated or will it pass & I just let her back w/the other birds? I've had Pepper inside for 2hrs & her appetite is normal as she's eating her feed & some yogurt. She is definitely breathing through her mouth (beak) & breathing hard, her sides are heaving when she breathes.