Proceeds from orca adoptions support ongoing education, research and public outreach on behalf of the Southern Resident Community of killer whales.
Whistle, SEX UNKNOWN at this time, is the third offspring of Matia (L-77). Whistle was first seen in Puget Sound in January 2019. Whistle's name is for the whistling sounds the whales often make. Those sounds can be heard over the hydrophones when the Southern Residents are in the area. Whistle has one living sibling Joy (L-119), who is seven years older. Matia (L-77) and her two offspring travel closely together.
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