Another new baby for Puget Sound’s resident orcas

Tonight’s e-mail update from the Orca Network confirms another baby for Puget Sound’s resident orcas: If you go here, you’ll see a photo of L114, seen with L77 in B.C. waters yesterday. That brings the resident population – J, K, L pods – up to 89. (That page also has photos of half a dozen other babies born to the local orcas since the start of 2009; and you can see yet more here.)

3 Replies to "Another new baby for Puget Sound's resident orcas"

  • Mookie February 22, 2010 (10:29 pm)

    What good news! Congrats to new mom Matia, and I look forward to hearing the name for the new little one.

  • d February 22, 2010 (11:35 pm)

    That is always good news for sure!

    Live long and strong L114!

  • ad February 23, 2010 (4:07 pm)

    I find it astonishing how all these whales can be tracked for so many years. Great pics in the link, thanks for sharing that site.

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