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1. Choose a WHALE

2. Select an ADOPTION PACKAGE 

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Meet the Whales

Southern Resident Killer Whales

 

J CLAN
K POD


K8 Matriline (4 whales in 2014)
 

Lea (K14) - adult female born in 1977 with three offspring; Lobo (K26), Yoda (K36) and Kelp (K42)

Lobo (K26) - adult male born in 1993

Yoda (K36) - young female born in 2003

Kelp (K42) - young male born in 2008


 

 

 

*Southern Resident ID photos provided by the Center for Whale Research 

 

 

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: Joan Lopez
Two members of the southern resident killer whales porpoising. Porpoising is a way to pick up speed when traveling.