BirdieCamera: Never Miss Any Backyard Birds, Clearer Than Ever


· BirdieCamera will launch on Indiegogo on September 28th 2021

· BirdieCamera features an infrared-sensing 8MP camera to capture high-quality pictures and videos. With AI technology, it identifies over 10,000 species of birds.

· Product will be available at $159USD for super early bird backers, with donations to bird protection societies with each purchase

Some people take deliberate approach on bird watching, while others may rarely notice the birds visiting their backyards. BirdieCamera recently delivers a solution for brand new experience of bird watching. BirdieCamera is the new AI powered bird feeder featuring a built-in 2K motion detection camera to recognize over 10,000 species, and launches on Indiegogo on September 28th.

BirdieCamera was conceived due to remote working during the pandemic when the product designer noticed a bird with a unique pattern visiting his backyard regularly. From there, the BirdieCamera was developed to help the public learn more about the birds they live alongside.

The BirdieCamera will be available for pre-order on September 28th 2021, with the super early bird pricing of $159 USD on Indiegogo:

Interaction with App

BirdieCamera comes with an app for Android and iOS so that there is never an opportunity to miss the birds in your backyard. The accompanying app features AI technology to identify over 10,000 species of birds around the world. Whenever the birds show up, it will push notifications to the phone for real-time viewing. Users may pick their most satisfying pictures and add them to the collection which can be showed to other bird lovers over the App.

High-resolution Camera

BirdieCamera takes advantage of the Surveillance-grade camera with f2.0 Large aperture to deliver high-resolution pictures and videos. The infrared sensing gives timely notice to the birds shown up without disturbing or threatening them. Take birds’ habits into consideration, BirdieCamera uses ultra-close focus to adjust the camera for near-focus scenes, and its night vision feature ensures clear vision from dawn to dusk.

Bird-friendly Style Feeder

BirdieCamera is designed to bring the most familiar experience to birds without stressing them. The semi-enclosed structure of the feeder can keep the birds out of the rain, and enable the birds to access the food easily. Made from renewable and environmentally friendly synthetic wood, BirdieCamera attracts the birds naturally with respect to their habits. The bottom trough help drain excess water and prevent the bird food from getting moldy. It takes the least amount of effort to take care of the feeder.

“We hope BirdieCamera can foster people’s connection with birds that visit their homes. ” Said the Product Designer Bill Lee. “If you didn’t know the lovely visitors before, you may take the chance to meet them now.”

Inspired by his own experience, Bill proposes that getting know the birds in people’s neighbouring habitats allows them to appreciate the lovely creature and will encourage protective actions when needed.

BirdieCamera is also contributing to help protect the bird species by donating $1 of each device sold to local bird protection societies.

BirdieCamera Product Specs

- Main material: New plastic and recyclable plastic (BPA free)

- Product size: 230*160*17.5mm

- Pixel: 8MP/2.5K

- Motion detection: RIP

- Colour options: Green, Grey

Full details, tech specs and high-resolution product imagery can be accessed via the press pack here:

Pricing and Availability:

BirdieCamera will launch for pre-orders on Indiegogo on September 28th with a super early bird price at $159USD. The product is expected to be delivered in this December.

More information can be found on the campaign page at Indiegogo:


About BirdieCamera Team:

BirdieCamera is built on a team of tech-savvy talents with expertise and professional experience from various fields especially in smart device. From product design to software development, the team members come from a diverse background but share one thing in common —— they are all bird enthusiasts. It is the interest in birds bring them together as a team, and it is the social responsibility motivates them to contribute in their way by getting more people involved in learning, loving, and protecting birds.

To find out more about BirdieCamera:

Indiegogo Campaign:

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