Careboda Smart Bird Feeder: Use AI to identify bird species

Careboda smart bird feeder with AI identification for bird species eating.

It’s a smart bird feeder with a twist. It has a built-in 1080P HD camera, solar panel to power everything, and leverages AI to help you identify visiting birdies.

When I visit family in Georgia, one of my favorite things is watching the bird feeder they set up on their back deck. They have all kinds of fowl and feathered visitors. I’ll sit and watch with some coffee in the morning. Or, I’ll light up a cigar in the evening and watch then. Imagine if you could do that from virtually anywhere. Even better, suppose you could immediately identify all the visiting bird species. That’s precisely what Careboda’s smart bird feeder does. It has a 1080P HD camera, an SD card slot with a 64GB card for storage, and a solar panel to power it all. But also, it has WiFi, a microphone and speaker — for two-way audio — motion sensors, and a battery.

Why do you need all of this modern tech in a bird feeder? It not only records the birds visiting and allows you to take gorgeous photos, but you can check in any time of the day or night right from your phone. The system is AI-connected and linked to Wikipedia to help you identify visitors. You can also use the two-way audio to scare off squirrels and other pests, like those pesky woodpeckers that like to bully all of the smaller birds. Three mobile phones can connect to the smart bird feeder and watch at a time. You can also set up real-time alerts to know as soon as a bird visits. Pretty badass, no?

Careboda smart bird feeder with camera used to identify bird species via AI.

Who’s it for?

If you already have a bird feeder up in your yard or near your home, this one is a great replacement especially if you want to upgrade your experience. Watch and ID birds from your phone, anywhere.

Where to buy?

MSRP: $150

Amazon

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