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The fuel burns (under brands like Sterno) quite cleanly but still may produce a little bit of carbon monoxide.
There are indoor and outdoor varieties, make sure you use the indoor variety.
To be clear, we’re talking “unexpected emergency.”
Keep it a minimum of 20 feet away from the bird in a well-ventilated room.
Remember any flame pulls oxygen from the air reducing availability for the bird.
We have a permanently parked travel trailer so we camp almost weekly. We prefer propane for cooking and heat as it’s more controllable than a loose can of alcohol on fire.
Our thoughts on propane and pet birds,
Kerosene for heat is another option.