Proceeds from orca adoptions support ongoing education, research and public outreach on behalf of the Southern Resident Community of killer whales.
Sequim (c. 1972) was named after a Makah native village located on the Olympic Peninsula. She has three living offspring, Sekiu (K-22), Rainshadow (K-37), and Saturna (K-43). She is grandmother to Tika (K-33). Sequim appeared to have had a close relationship with Ruffles (J-1) and often spent time with him and Granny's (J-2) group when in the inland waters in the summer.
A one-year symbolic orca adoption includes:
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