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    The candle test is the easiest way to check for drafts. If the flame flickers, there's a draft. Use a beeswax candle around birds. Other types can kill them (long story).

    There are heat panels esp. designed for birds that you can purchase. However, in a pinch, put a cover on the cage for the night and have a desk lamp aimed at the cage. That will give the bird a break from light itself, but still provide heat (and also from any draft). Just make certain the fabric doesn't touch the light bulb (fire hazard).
    I'm very sorry for your loss. Next time you buy a bird try using a beeswax candle like what Rue said. You can also buy an electric heater that can cover the entire room.

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    The OP has not even been on the site in about 2 years now
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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