Proceeds from orca adoptions support ongoing education, research and public outreach on behalf of the Southern Resident Community of killer whales.
Cookie is Oreo's (J-22) only living offspring. His older brother DoubleStuf (J-34) died in late 2016. Cookie was first seen in late 2002. Now he is an adult and his dorsal fin appears to have reached its full height. He is often seen foraging and traveling with his friend, Mako (J-39), as well as with others.
A one-year symbolic orca adoption includes:
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All prices reflect shipping. Packages ship within 5 business days.
We periodically send out announcements, action items and updates about issues affecting the Southern Resident Orcas and The Whale Museum.
Help us fill the tank of our Emergency Vessel Repair Fund! The first $1,000 in donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Community Foundation during the San Juan County Fair, Aug. 16-19.
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