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1. Choose a WHALE

2. Select an ADOPTION PACKAGE 

3. ADOPT NOW and Pay Online

 

Meet the Whales

Northern Resident Killer Whales

 

A CLAN
A1 POD


A30 Matriline (12 whales in 2018)
 

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 - Sadly Blackney (A38) has passed away and is no longer available for adoption.

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 four offspring - Bend (A72), Klaoitsis (A84), Alder (A99) and A115

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 two offspring - Kamux (A101) and A113

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

A113 - young whale of unknown sex born in 2016

A115 - young whale of unknown sex born in 2017

A113 and A115 will be given names and added to the Adoption Program once they reach two years of age.  

 

 

 

Whale News

 

  

See where Northern Resident, Southern Resident and Bigg's (Transient) killer whales were last sighted in our latest issue of the Whale News

 

              

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Lance Barrett-Lennard
The A30 matriline.

 


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