Bird Buddy Smart Hummingbird Feeder CES 2023
Think of Bird Buddy as Pokémon Go, but with real animals, or hummingbirds in this case. It uses artificial intelligence to help identify 350 different hummingbird species and then capture photos or videos of them when the motion sensor is triggered. Not just blurry photos, Bird Buddy is capable of capturing wing speeds of up to 60 mph, thanks to its high-quality camera.



After taking a photo or video, a notification is sent to the companion Bird Buddy app installed on your mobile device. Available April 2023, priced from $199.99 USD. Does this device look familiar? If so, that’s because the company released smart bird feeder for other feathered animals earlier this year (above video). One bird it definitely won’t be able to identify is the PHRACTYL Macrobat.

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Bird Buddy Smart Hummingbird Feeder CES 2023

In order to create a product that both people and hummingbirds would want to use, we knew we had to develop a practical design that allowed for quick assembly, zero leaks, and easy cleaning. We try to kind of gamify the collection so it’s a really fun game that you can play — almost like a real life Pokémon Go with real animals and wildlife in your backyard,” said Kyle Buzzard, Bird Buddy co-founder and chief hardware officer.

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