Since prehistoric times, humans have sought to improve their hunting techniques in pursuit of food. Luring birds to be captured has long been one of our priorities. To this end, imitating the birds' song was a solution that was very quickly implemented using natural calls made from grass, leaves, or shells. Over the centuries, some people began to work with various materials to create the first bird calls. It was in the region of Carpentras, in Provence, that Théodore Raymond created the first industrial bird calls. He was a young man from the region who developed a whole series of instruments enabling him to "dialogue" with birds. Local hunters were his very first clients. They understood the importance of these calls in the hunting of game birds in particular.