Help. Rapid breathing during sunset. Pionus Menstruus

Help! not sure if my Pionus Menstruus is infected or not with Aspergillosis, or something else. The only symptom is a occasionally rapid breathing (almost 2 breathes per second, SEE VIDEO), he (or she, not sure) does it only during sunset before going to sleep. he lives with an other pionus and in a healthy environment, with trees to walk around and ropes. lives in a garden. Sleeps well covered, under roof. tropical caribbean weather all year around here. behaves and eat normal the rest of the day. In the city I live there is no avian veterinary, only dog or cat (they might kill the bird), so i need to do by my self.

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