I have Baytril on hand- I’m away and was going to give home some of that 2 x a day for 5 days- his feet are warmer than normalAbnormal droppings are often a sign of illness. You need a bird vet to make a diagnosis and prescribe treatment. Since they've been like that for several days I wouldn't wait any longer - please get him looked at.
It seems the main risk would be the possibility that an infection could progress untreated for 5 days if it turns out that any infecting organism(s) are NOT susceptible to Baytril. That's a long time for a bird illness to go unchecked (life threatening) plus you add the time that's passed already since you first noticed the abnormal droppings, plus possibly additional time before you first noticed the issue. When you travel it can be difficult dealing with pet illness and with the virus circulating it's an even more troublesome mess. And the bird is bound to be stressed when traveling making him more susceptible to illness.I have Baytril on hand- I’m away and was going to give home some of that 2 x a day for 5 days- his feet are warmer than normal