I just want to point out that they might get Relocation Stress in their outdoor cage. If so, they just need more time outside, and they will get used to it. They are calm at first, but when you come back they see a Tyrannosaurus Rex breaking into their cage. They instinctively think that way, and it takes time and care to help them trust their surroundings.
They need a large, low space to hide in if they start feeling vulnerable. It needs to be big enough to hide their entire bodies, from their snouts to the tips of their tails. They are genetically wired to think of themselves as being at the bottom of the food chain.
If your wire walls are welded wire mesh, that's better than poultry mesh. But if they keep bashing their snouts on it, they could get their snouts torn open. It happened to a few of my rescues over the years. Get a roll of the foam that backpackers use to sleep on (1/2 inch thick fairly stiff foam). Cut it into six or seven inch wide pieces and fasten them to the inside bottom of the cage walls. That's a lot better than huge vet bills. If they jump over the foam to snout-bash, you can add more foam to make it taller.