Live, Learn and Love Birds with the Birdfy AI-Powered Bird Feeder

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Do you love bird watching? Or are you someone completely enthralled and interested in what nature has to offer?

There is nothing better than learning about new and different species of home, the only thing better than learning is seeing them. Now, with Birdfy you’ll be able to see and learn right from your phone.

Birdfy is an all-new, AI bird feeder that records both the visual and audio of birds and sends it straight to your phone. Completely automatic, this bird feeder allows you to enjoy the finer things in life while also getting to enjoy bird watching in its rawest of forms. Through the Netvue app, you can see your birds up close and personal, unlike anything you’ve seen before, while also learning about any new bird species that comes by to feast on a delicious snack.

There are many other features to the Birdfy AI bird feeder that make it ideal for any bird lover and enthusiast.

Key Features

There will never be a single moment that you will miss as Birdfy is built with an automatic sensor that will both capture and record images and videos of the birds in complete 1080P HD resolution. Through the Netvue app, you can also save the images and photos.

When you have a bird feeder you don’t want any other animals stealing the food, and the Birdfy knows that. You are notified when unwanted animals like squirrels invade the feeder and through the app you can say “go away” and shoo the animal away.

You don’t need to fret about changing batteries as there is a 12-month battery life for the Birdfy while also supporting solar charging.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Loving nature and wanting to learn more about birds while out in nature can prove difficult, however with the Birdfy AI-powered bird feeder, you can learn both up close and in the comfort of your own home.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.