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Southern Resident Orca Deaths…Please Read

  • Since 1998, 47 orcas have gone missing or have died:
  • L112 (Victoria/Sooke) female, born to L86, February, 2009; found dead Feb. 11, 2012
  • J48 unk., born to J16, December, 2011; missing January, 2012
  • J1 (Ruffles) Male, born +/- 1951; missing Nov. 2010
  • L7 (Canuck) Female, born +/- 1961; missing Sept. 2010
  • J33 (Keet) Male, born 1996; missing August 2010
  • K11 (Georgia) female, born est. 1933; missing June 2010
  • L114 unk., born to L77, February, 2010; missing June 2010
  • L73 (Flash) male, born 1986; missing May 2010
  • L74 (Saanich) male, born 1986; missing late 2009/early 2010
  • L57 (Faith) male, born 1977, missing November, 2008
  • L67, (Splash) female, born 1985, missing September 2008
  • L111, female, born August 12, 2008; missing late August 2008
  • J11, (Blossom) female, born +/- 1972; missing July 2008
  • L21, (Ankh) female (Ankh), born +/- 1950; missing summer 2008
  • L101, (Aurora )male, born 2002 to L67, her fourth calf; missing summer 2008
  • K7, (Lummi) female, born +/- 1910, missing spring, 2008.
  • J43 unk., born to J14 (Samish), her fifth calf, born 11/07; missing April 2008
  • L104 unk., born to L43 (Jelly Roll), her third calf, born 10/04; missing June, 2007
  • K41 unk., born to K22 (Sekiu), her second calf, August, 2006
  • K39 unk., first calf of K28 (Raven), born June, 2006, missing October 21,2006.
  • K28, (Raven) female, born to K12 in 1994, last seen Sept. 19, 2006, calf K39 born June 6, 2006.
  • L43, (Jellyroll) female, born ca. 1972, last seen Sept. 2, 2006, mother of three.
  • L71, (Hugo) male, born to L26 in 1986, missing summer of 2006.
  • L98, (Luna) male, born to L67 in 1999, died March 10, 2006 in Nootka Sound, BC
  • K31, male, born to K12 in 1999, her third calf, missing in summer 2005
  • L32, female, born +/-1955, missing in summer 2005
  • L107 unk., born to L47 (Marina) in June, 2005, her fifth calf, missing in summer 2005
  • K18 (Kiska), born +/-1948, missing in December, 2003
  • L58 (Sparky), born 1980 to L5 (Tanya), missing in June 2003
  • L3 (Oreana), born +/-1950, missing in June 2003
  • L102 unk., born to L47 (Marina), her fourth calf, Fall 2002
  • L60 (Rascal) female, 30, washed up on outer WA coast in May, 2002
  • K32 calf born 2000, last seen 2000, mother K16 survives
  • L99 calf born 2000, last seen 2000, mother L47 and 2 older siblings survive
  • L62 (Cetus) male, 20, last seen 2000, mother L27 survives, 3 younger siblings deceased
  • L39 (Orcan) male, 25, last seen 2000, mother L2 and 3 younger siblings survive
  • L11 (Squirty) female, est. 43, last seen 2000, mother of five offspring - 3 surviving
  • L1 (Oskar) male, est. 41, last seen 2000, one surviving sister L-54
  • J18 (Everett) male, 23, son of J10, found at Tsawassen, Canada, March 2000
  • J10 (Tahoma) female, est. 37, last seen 1999
  • K4 (Morgan) female, est. 66, last seen 1999
  • L97 unk., born to L51, died as infant in Oct. 1999
  • L51 (Nootka) female, 26 (found at Race Rocks, Canada in Sept. 1999)
  • J11’s calf, unk., died as infant Dec. 1998
  • L93 (Nerka) female, 3, last seen 1998
  • L38 (Dylan) male, est. 33, last seen 1998
  • L44 (Leo) male, 24, last seen 1998
  • K3 (Sounder) female, est. 44, last seen 1998
  • J20 (Ewok) female, 17, daughter of J10, last seen 1998

It’s just proof that orcas die in the wild too. That’s all. 

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