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1. Choose a WHALE

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3. ADOPT NOW and Pay Online

 

Meet the Whales

Northern Resident Killer Whales

 

A CLAN
A1 POD


A30 Matriline (11 whales in 2016)
 

Tsitika (A30) - the family matriarch, an adult female thought to have been born in 1947 - Sadly Tsitika (A30) has passed away and is no longer available for adoption.

Blackney (A38) - adult male born in 1970 

Pointer (A39) - adult male born in 1975 - Sadly Pointed (A39) has passed away and is no longer available for adoption

Clio (A50) - adult female born in 1984 with three offspring; Bend (A72), Klaoitsis (A84) and Alder (A99)

Blinkhorn (A54) - adult female born in 1989 with three offspring; Cedar (A75), Cutter (A86) and Nowell (A106)

Bend (A72) - adult female born in 1999 with one offspring; Jamieson (A108)

Cedar (A75) - female born in 2001 with one offspring; Kamux (A101)

Klaoitsis (A84) - young whale of unknown sex born in 2005

Cutter (A86) - young whale of unknown sex born in 2006 

Alder (A99) - young whale of unknown sex born in 2011

Kamux (A101) - young whale of unknown sex born in 2012

Nowell (A106) - young whale of uknown sex born in 2013

Jamieson (A108) - young whale of unknown sex born in 2014

 

 

 

Whale News

  

Whale updates are available to active members of the BC Wild Killer Whale Adoption Program who have adopted a wild killer whale or made a donation to the program. Please register for our online community, or login if you are already registered to view these whale updates.

 

              

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Photo: Lance Barrett-Lennard
Cedar (A75) in front with Cutter (A86) surfacing behind.