Proceeds from orca adoptions support ongoing education, research and public outreach on behalf of the Southern Resident Community of killer whales.
Ino was the last surviving member of her family group. Until she had her first offspring, Indigo L-100, in 2001. Indigo was missing in early 2014 and, since these whales never leave their family, it is presumed he died. In the spring of 2006, Ino gave birth to her second calf Coho (L-108). In December 2010 she had her third offspring Keta (L-117). They are a tight independent family group. In the last few years Nyssa (L-84) and Wave Walker (L-88) have traveled with this family.
A one-year symbolic orca adoption includes:
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