Inspriring The next Generation of Birders
Educating and Connecting People with Birds
We believe that discovering, identifying, and learning about birds should be accessible to everyone - no matter your experience or age (e.g., hobbyists, enthusiasts & researchers).
Our Planet Has a Problem...
The Future Depends on Everyone
Humans are losing our connection to nature
North America has lost
3 Billion Birds since 1970. Which equates to 30% of all breeding populations. It is likely that you may never see some of the very same bird species your grandparents or parents once saw. The Sixth Extinction?
We Can Make an Impact
Small efforts can help shape the future
In understanding our
impact on nature, we choose to be part of the solution instead of the problem. We believe that people can use technology to make positive changes to their environment. Get Involved
AI for Good
Using technology to power community science Machine Learning isn't just about talking robots or self-driving cars. Researchers are finding unique ways using ML to solve some of the world's hardest problems. Be Nerdy! Watch BirdBot AI in Action!
What Drives Our Team? Education
We believe that discovering, identifying, and learning about birds should be accessible to everyone - no matter your experience or age.
BirdBot is made with the intention to be fun and interactive. Our goal is to make learning about wildlife something every wants to do.
With research we can better understand our impact on the earth and maintain our species, as well as all other species on this planet.
STEM is a tool for realizing social change and educational equality in low income communities and underrepresented communities.
Our planet is losing species at a rapid rate. This has been heavily impacted by what we consume and choose to produce.
We want to make knowledge accessible by vision. If you can see if, you can learn about it. Bringing knowledge to the speed of sight.
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Launching on Indiegogo - Mid-2022
Technology Designed for
Community Science Current Supported Birds List