Birdfy Contribution in Educational Fields

As a leading name in the bird feeder camera industry,
Birdfy acknowledges its responsibility to make a positive impact on both the environment and society.
In particular, Birdfy recognizes the importance of engaging with the education sector, as young learners represent the voice of the future generation.

How Birdfy Helps?

AI Technology Enhances Bird Education and Research

Birdfy's AI technology allows students to observe birds from a very close-up perspective and receive identification information when a bird visits. This not only educates young children about bird species and their behaviors but also provides valuable ecological data for advanced bird-related research.

Real-Time Bird Observation Creates Engaging Learning Experience

Unlike traditional teaching methods that often rely on theoretical articles and second-hand videos, Birdfy fosters interactive engagement within classrooms, cultivating a vibrant learning environment where students can make firsthand observations and gain vivid insights through live streams.

Social Feature Encourages and Exbands Bird-Loving Communities

Birdfy's strong social features encourage users to capture and share precious moments of birds with the bird-loving community and local school communities. The use of smart bird feeders in research programs and the integration of ecological data contribute to global conservation efforts.

Birdfy Story at Schools

Tom, a retired teacher from Willa Cather Elementary School and a volunteer with the school’s Ecology Club, shares the story of how Birdfy has assisted in creating a birdwatching station and fostering students' interest and passion for nature and conservation.

Ecology is all about observation.

I have been watching the Netvue Birdfy Community on Facebook for quite a while now and it is obvious to me that the vast majority of the community is looking for that perfect close-up photo of the rare and beautiful bird species. Sometimes we also see squirrels, raccoons, and even bears! I think that is wonderful and I have very much enjoyed the posts. However, we are using the Birdfy products a little differently at the Willa Cather Elementary Ecology Club. We love diversity and we love all species equally.

As a club, we are not constrained by the objective that every student receives the same curriculum. We are trying to engage the entire student body and then provide a space with unlimited potential for those students with a special interest in Ecology. It's kind of like the sideshow barkers at the old-time carnivals. Kids these days have so much instant gratification in a fast-paced world with all the technology at their fingertips. The Birdfy products give us shiny objects to help get them into the carnival tent. Many enjoy the show and keep coming back. But the real success is getting a few to run off with us and join the circus.

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Students and the Birding Station at Ecology Club

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Picture captured by Birdfy Cam at the Birding Station

Ecology is all about observation. You need to observe creatures, observe how they interact with each other, and observe how they interact with their environment. This is the key to understanding the effect humans have on nature. This is also the key to understanding what adjustments can be made to preserve biodiversity. While the Birdfy products are shiny objects that attract students, they are also real tools that help us observe nature, freeze moments in time, look for intricate detail, and most importantly give us the ability to capture what is going on throughout the day, observe and analyze it later when the students are available. They are not a replacement for good old-fashioned "bird watching" but they certainly are tools.

Birdfy in Action: Students' Hands-On Experience at Schools

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Birdfy's Educational Partners

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“The challenge in our Project Feederwatch is that most students struggle to identify the birds. We can utilize Birdfy's system as a more long-term and reliable platform to collect data and launch more independent research projects. The opportunity for students to be a part of this research is not only a unique experience for them, but one that has already helped shape their future careers. ” 

- Kelly M. Barbour, Senior Laboratory Coordinator & Instructor,
Department of Biological Sciences, Thomas More University

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“While the Birdfy products are shiny objects that attract students, they are also real tools that help us observe nature, freeze moments in time, look for intricate detail, and most importantly give us the ability to capture what is going on throughout the day, observe and analyze it later when the students are available. They are not a replacement for good old-fashioned "bird watching" but they certainly are tools. ” 

- Tom Day, Volunteer of Ecology Club and
Retired Teacher at Willa Elementary School

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"Birdfy would enable my students to further develop their skills as young ornithologists, nurturing their love for birds and nature. The camera feeder would capture precious moments that we could share with our school community, fostering a deeper appreciation for the beauty and diversity of our avian friends. "

- Alaina Eesley, First Grade Teacher,
Boght Hills Elementary

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"Birdfy's product would be invaluable, especially to our students with different needs that cannot otherwise go outside." 

- Jessica Whaley-Davis, STEM Program Teacher,
Holly Springs Elementary School

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"Birdfy's Birdfy Nest and Birdfy Feeder Bamboo will support our future science school project to research and learn about how birds nest and keep warm during the cold winter months."

- Nicholas Marinucci, Teacher,
Sir John A Macdonald Junior High

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"Birdfy's Birdfy Nest and Birdfy Feeder Bamboo will support our future science school project to research and learn about how birds nest and keep warm during the cold winter months."

- Erica McCall, Teacher, Taylors Elementary School of 
Greenville County Schools

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"Birdfy will help our students explore the world of birds right on our school grounds. Magic happens when kids and animals get together. Getting to know the natural world around them will help instill the importance of conservation for the future."

- Donna Haynes, Teacher,
Lawson Elementary School

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"We are the first in our district to offer this learning experience to our students as part of our sustainability education, and we have been actively involved in planning the garden. We believe that Birdfy's product will be a great fit, and we are already observing an increase in birds and pollinators this school year."

- Erica McCall, Teacher, Taylors Elementary School,
Greenville County Schools

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"With Birdfy products, we have the opportunity to enhance their learning experiences and also empower them to observe and engage with the diverse bird species that visit our surroundings. This collaboration presents a wonderful opportunity for the children to deepen their connection to nature and foster a greater sense of environmental stewardship."

- Marcus Schül,
Kindertagesstätte St. Christophorus

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