this might be a little long, but i’m going to try and make it as thorough as possible. just two days ago i purchased a 4 week old indian ringneck from a reputable breeder in my area. i know many advise against getting parrots this young, and for very good reason, but i’ve had much past experience with parrots and after having the very traumatic loss of my green cheek a few months back, i knew i needed a feathered friend to get me through this season of quarantine, and my options were fairly limited. i’ve been so so thorough with every aspect of his care, as i’m too heartbroken after losing my last bird to risk anything even remotely concerning happening. just today i started to hear a few sneezes here and there, so i sat next to his tank to log any more potentially worrying symptoms for a couple hours and i noticed his most recent poop was a little runnier and had more urate than his previous poops and he also started sleeping with his head on his shoulder rather than behind his back. this all was starting to worry me, but the cherry on top of the cake was when i listened very closely to his breathing, i could hear that dreaded clicking noise. having ptsd from what happened to my last bird, i immediately took him to the vet for her to tell me that his vitals were good and nothing at face value seemed serious, and she prescribed an antibiotic for the next ten days. he’s also being tested for chlamydia as a preventative measure just to make sure. although the vet seemed confident he’s okay and the breeder called and reassured me that i’m providing excellent care, there’s still always that little nagging fear that something will go wrong. since bringing him home from the vet a few hours ago, he had another feeding at 6, which went very well. he’s been fairly active since, trying to flap his wings and walking around his tank. what worries me a little bit was seeing what looked like him trying to scratch his nose. he’s still had a couple sneezes since getting home, and there appears to be a bit of clear nasal discharge on the corner he tucks his head in so that’s kept my nerves quite high. my initial thought was maybe my room is a little too dry? if that’s so, does anyone have advice on how to raise the humidity of a baby’s tank? i know how good birds can be at hiding signs of illness, even this young, but everything about his behavior seems healthy apart from that darn sneeze. does anyone have any advice?