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Hello! I need some help. I have a female cockatiel named pika she’s been pretty good except sometimes chirping loudly being hormonal I thought she might like a friend. My sister couldn’t keep her bird so I adopted her female cockatiel Luna. Both only a couple years old Pika is more laid back and lazy preferring head pets. Luna is active and social. I quarantined her and they would chirp very loudly to each other across the house. Finally have had them in the same room for a few days and Luna seems very energetic and maybe hormonal chirping a lot and pika will sometimes answer with a shrilly piercing chirp. This basically has been going on everyday for the first few hours. It’s only been a few days is pika going to warm up to Luna? It almost seems she’s having a fit she’s here. I tried covering their cages keeping it dark extra long but it’s not working yet although it may be toning it down. They both seem to want me but when I come near they both are too loud so all I can do is lay down and wait for them to calm down. If I leave they also chirp crazy the whole time. They’re really loud to where it causes headaches sos and thank you!!!