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Birdie Memory - Learn to listen to nature

Simply scan the poster with a smartphone, the birds start to sing, it's magic!

  • 120% strech goal to offer posters to libraries!

    There you go !

    5000 € in 3 weeks, more than a hundred contributors ... Thank you very much, your confidence and your kind comments please us a lot. The goal is reached, and the shipping of your posters guaranteed. A little more patience and you will soon be able to differentiate the Blackbird's song from that of the Great Tit.

    But ... there is still 2 weeks to go on Ulule!

    Throughout Birdie Memory's design, we showed Birdie Memory in libraries. These are great places for us because:

    • there are often a lot of children, from diffrent ages and backgrounds, whose parents are often very happy if they are taken care of a few moments ;)
    • and the librairians are very happy to present a fun and original project to their users

    It is therefore a privileged playground that allows us to detect things to correct or improve, and to have a direct feedback from our public and mediation professionals.

    For their part, many libraries want to acquire a Birdie Memory poster, but they do not always have the opportunity to contribute to Ulule for administrative reasons.

    So we decided to offer 10 posters to 10 libraries if 120% of the target is reached. Help us thank and value these places of public utility!

    We are sure that around you people have told you "It's nice, I'm going to participate" but have not done it yet. We are counting on you to remind them that the sale ends soon!

    Thanks again to all of you,


    Léna & Yoann

  • By the way, recognizing birdsongs is... hard!

    It's true.

    But there are techniques to achieve it, and even we, novices in the field, we ended up memorizing the songs of the 20 birds of the poster. Today, we are talking about a tool that we discovered while working on Birdie Memory, and that we liked very much: the sonograms.

    In the Birdie Memory application, you can see, associated with each song of birds, these curious graphs:



    These are sonograms (or spectrograms), ie the visual representations of sound. When you start listening to birds, if you do not have a very trained ear, or if you have a very visual memory, it is a precious help to memorization!

    For birdwatchers and anyone interested in learning more, this article from the National Audubon Society explains in detail how the sonograms work and how to read them.

    Meanwhile, the Ulule goal continues to rise (92% on Monday morning), you are already more than a hundred to trust us, thank you! Keep spreading the message around you!

    Léna & Yoann

  • The LPO supports Birdie Memory

    Hello everyone,

    We are very pleased to announce that the LPO (Ligue pour la Protection des oiseaux, french official representative of Birdlife International) supports and recommends Birdie Memory as an awareness tool for bird protection.


    When we know that the disappearance of birds goes between 100 and 10,000 times faster than normal (link), we can only recognize the action of associations and individuals who try to protect them.

    With Birdie Memory, we are trying to build an awareness tool for the youngest: our children are not responsible for the damage that previous generations have inflicted and continue to inflict on biodiversity, but they will bear the responsibility to save what can still be saved. It's time to start!


    Léna & Yoann


    PS: Already 83% of the goal and more than a hundred contributors, thank you very much all for your support and your kind words of encouragement!

  • Presque 75% !

    We are almost at 75%, thank you all!

    By the way, do you know how the image recognition used for the Birdie Memory app works?

    In fact, it's quite simple, it's like a barcode, except that instead of white and black lines the camera recognizes and analyzes the pre-recorded images (the 20 birds in our case).

    This is what the Song Thrush looks like from the "eyes" of the Birdie Memory app:

    Do not forget that you can already download it and test it with the little Robin!


    Thank you again for your trust, and continue to spread the word, we are almost there, but nothing is done yet!


    Lena & Yoann

  • More than 50% of the goal achieved!

    We really want to thank you from the bottom of our ❤

    These last months have been intense, we have worked alot, and we are happy to see that we are not the only ones to believe in the project.

    In parallel with the campain, the work continues: Lena animates Birdie Memory workshops in libraries. Big up to these 2 brothers of 7 and 13 years old who completed the first 4 levels of Memory in less than 30 minutes!

    Finally, a last word to tell you that, even if we are super happy, we must not forget that the path is not over: if the goal is not reached, we do not receive money and you do not receive a poster 😞

    So, now more than ever, your support remains important: talk about it around you (especially parents of children aged 4 to 13, bird enthusiasts, illustration enthusiasts ...), share the link of the Ulule campaign, come visit us on Facebook ...


    And do not forget to listen, a Tit or a Chaffinch may be chirping just under your window!

    🐧 🐦 🐤


    Léna & Yoann