Hello! So I have two Indian Ringnecks, a male and a female, and I understand the whole bluffing stage in IRNs. My female of 3 years has suddenly turned from a sweet, slightly bitey and aggressive bird to a vicious biting machine and she's already gone through the bluffing stage! I put my birds in a smaller sleeping cage at night and she is territorial of it, but lately, I've had to quickly close the cage door before she comes and bites my fingers. She then attacks the cage all angrily if I put my hands near it or if she doesn't like the way I breathed nearby. Then the next morning is the worst. I used to have no problem getting her out. She would be all grumpy, and possibly might bite a small mad bite but come out fine, and then once she was fed and in her normal cage she would be fine. But now I am terrified to get her out, because no matter how sweet and careful I am, once it comes to stepping up on my hand, I get viciously bitten to the point where it draws blood. Sometimes she could act all sweet and then bite me out of nowhere. I also get bitten sometimes just putting her in her normal cage. This is so sudden and abnormal for her that I have no idea what could possibly be the reason for this behavior. It gets me concerned for my sweet little male because she influences him a lot. When she bites mad, he sometimes copies her and gets mad too. I have no idea why she's so mad at me, but if anyone has any insight on how to fix this behavior and save me from bleeding hands every morning I would really appreciate it!