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I'm sorry to hear of this with Treet Treet. She's showing evidence of seizure activity which may abate or brain trauma including stroke which has a far worse prognosis. We don't have specific therapies for these conditions in pet birds although we might initiate anticonvulsive drug therapy if seizure activity continues. For now, she needs to be placed in a quiet, dimly lit, unlikely to be disturbed area at a temperature of approximately 85F. If she remained symptomatic in that fashion, she'll need supplemental fluids and feedings by an avian vet (www.aav.org) in a hospital setting in order to prevent her from becoming dehydrated and starved.
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Yes, but not until she stabilizes lest she end up aspirating food or water into her lungs. A baby bird formula can be fed. Please see here: http://www.kaytee.com/products/exact-hand-feeding-baby-bird.php
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