Has anyone ever had an issue with air sac mites in their conures, green cheek specifically? My GCC seems to suffer from sinus issues. When the weather starts changing she will get nasally. In my opinion it literally looks and sounds like she is trying to move mucous from the back of her nose/throat, like hocking a loogie when you’ve got postnatal drip. (Sorry for the imagery, but that’s what it’s like.) She’s done this before and never seems sick or unwell. After a day or two it passes and she’s good for months, about the time the seasons change again. I finally caught a video of her doing it and shared with a friend who is well versed with green cheeks and she wondered if maybe it wasn’t air sac mites. We did some research, but it seems to be most commonly found in finches and canaries. Nevertheless, I sent the video to my veterinarian and we are going to do a course of ivomec for mites. If that doesn’t get us any where, we will consider antibiotics to address any possible underlying infection. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with what I’m describing or air sac mites in general.