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Check the nest to see if there are any eggs in it- if there are not, then simply destroy it. Continue to do so every day or so until they stop trying to rebuild in the bamboo and pick a better location.
If there are eggs, then you have 2 options;
1. keep dealing with the aggressive male until the babies fledge (or more likely if winter shows up as it should, they die). Most humane option, but can be a real PITA when the male bird is particularly defensive.
2. Destroy the nest and eggs. This will encourage the pair to immediately relocate to a different nest site.
Moving the nest is not a good option- the parents will not follow it, so you might as well destroy the eggs as they will no longer be viable if moved.