The Bird Buddy company is all about using modern tech to better enjoy nature. Their smart bird feeder is a unique birdhouse that will look lovely in any backyard. Not only that: this baby is packed with amazing features to help you find out more about your feathered visitors and take amazing pictures of them.
Bird Buddy Smart Bird Feeder Specifications
- AI bird recognition
- Built-in microphone
- Container refill reminder
- Built-in camera: 5-megapixel photos and 720p HD live stream video
- Power: 4000 mAh rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
- Dimensions: height 9 in, width 6.3 in, depth 6.89 in
- Seed capacity: 3.8 cups
- Weight: unfilled 1.32 lbs, filled 2.54 lbs
The birdhouse is made of new and post-consumer recycled BPA-free plastics. It is weather-resistant and able to function at temperatures from -5°F to 120°F. It is charged via a USB-C cable that comes with the purchase. The battery can last between 10 and 30 days, depending on the number of photos taken and how much you stream the video feed. It is safe to say this gadget makes a lovely home for any bird that visits your backyard.
Here, Tweety, Tweety!
The smart feeder comes with an app, of course. It is available only in English for now, but it will be translated into all major world languages. Via the app, you can control the built-in camera that automatically takes pictures of any bird that stops by the feeder. It makes amazing close-ups and then uses reliable AI bird species recognition to identify over 1,000 bird species. The app can even give you some hints on how to attract specific species with different types of food.
One interesting feature that is in development is identifying individual birds, not just species, so you can even name your regular guests. How awesome would that be?
The Bird Buddy comes in blue and yellow. There are different add-ons available to make it more attractive and useful: solar panel, suet ball holder, wall mount, and fence mount. The feeder is still in development, but you can pre-order now for $200 and get yours in September.
Learn more at Mybirdbuddy.com.