03-19-2017, 07:42 AM
Welcome back to the forums,
I'm sorry your Rebel hasn't been feeling well. While she was doing the regurgitation motion, I wouldn't call that a normal regurgitation.
I would say Rebel was experiencing a very mild bout of vomiting where clear fluid was coming out in the process. The fact that she then proceeded to rest for the following hours further prove that she was feeling under the weather.
How is she doing now? Have you see her eating afterwards?
It's a good idea to keep her warm and quiet, you can cover her cage on 3 sides.
If you don't have a heating pad, you can place a hot water bottle underneath the cage's bottom.
It would be good to keep a close eye on Rebel, if you notice a repetition of the regurgitation followed by vomiting (besides the release of fluid there can also be seeds scattered in the process) and she continues to feel very tired and sleepy, then booking an appointment at the avian vet specialist will be the best thing to do.
I'm wishing Rebel a steady and full recovery.
RIP sweet Tito (Summer 2008 - January 17th 2013).
You are missed and never will be forgotten.