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The boys are back in town: rt to lt, J34 Doublestuf, J27 Blackberry, L41 Mega, and K25 Scoter

14 yr old J34 Doublestuf. In the background is J16 Slick. Photo by Monika Wieland

All 3 pods represented: K26 Lobo in the foreground, J27 Blackberry in the middle, and L95 Nigel in the back.

Doublestuf J34 cartwheel | by SanJuanOrcas

Towering dorsal fin of J34 Doublestuf, born in 1998 Melisa Pinnow photo

J26 Mike waves the kelp flag Photo by Melisa Pinnow

L2 Grace with sons L78 Gaia (left) and L88 Wavewalker (rt) in 2008. Grace and Gaia have since passed.

J34 Doublestuf and the late L95 Nigel | Gary Sutton photo

J2 Granny with adopted "son" L87 Onyx PC to Dave Ellifrit

L94 and calf L121 | by NOAA Fisheries West Coast

J51 Nova cuddles with mom J41 Eclipse PC to Ken Balcomb

All 3 pods represented: K26 Lobo in the foreground, J27 Blackberry in the middle, and L95 Nigel in the back. | J Pod | Killer whales, Whale, Dolphins

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Norwegian Orca Survey in Andenes.

Male orca L87 Onyx (born 1992) and female J8 Spieden (believed to be 80 years old) off south shore San Juan Island. | by Andrew Reding

This guy takes my breath away: J34 Doublestuf. PC to D. Giles Orcas

Belly flop by J35 Tahlequah

J34 Doublestuf, born in 1998, swims close to the shore of Vashon Island beneath Mount Rainier, which towers over the city of Des Moines.

J34 DoubleStuf and L87 Onyx swimming side by side near Victoria, B.C.3-29

The Center for Whale Research's first ever encounter with J pod! April 16, 1976

Little J53 in the slip stream of mom J17 Princess Angeline

Of all the Southern Resident orcas I know of, Ruffles (deceased) and Riptide years old) are the two boys that stole my heart.

J2 Granny, J22 Oreo, and J34 Doublestuf Orcas, Families

K22 Seiku and K26 Lobo. PC to Tasli Shaw

She will always be my favorite Southern Resident: J32 Rhapsody. 1996-2014 Dolphin

New life for the Southern Residents! J50 at top left, J51 at top right

J32 "Rhapsody" and her sort-of-adoptive brother J34 "Doublestuf" and J2 with her sort-of-maybe adopted son L87 "Onyx." Photo by Tasli Shaw.

J26 Mike chases after little sister J50 Scarlet | J Pod | Killer whales, Dolphin family, Whale

a killer whale tried to get close to a Labrador playing in the surf of a New Zealand beach. Better hope that's a resident orca and not a transiant!

J34 Double Stuf Southern Resident Orca at Turn Point

25-8- 2015, Orca sighting update in the Strait of Gibraltar by Tumares Tarifa.

male orca J26 Mike (1991) surfacing, from Lime Kiln Point Lighthouse

J26 Mike chases after little sister J50 Scarlet

The one and only J2 Granny. Love this lady! Dolphin Family, Killer Whales

J27 Blackberry Bart Rulon photo

A great photo from Wild Whales Vancouver with Resident Killer Whales 103 year old "Granny" on the left.

K26 Lobo with a spy hopping J19 Shachi. The splash in the middle is from a tail slap from K36 Yoda.

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J2 Granny, age 104, clears the water on August 1, 2015 Tasli Shaw

J54 with mom J28 Polaris. PC to Ken Balcomb | J Pod | Pinterest | PC, Orcas and Killer whales

This little guy is now 7 years old and

J34 Double Stuf Southern Resident Orca at Turn Point | orcas | Pinterest | Orcas

The and in a resting line. The 2 males are Scoter and Blackberry.

Killer whale baby boom continues, another new calf for L-pod! San Juan

An infamous Rhapsody breach

In Loving Memory by CorkyII SRKWs lost in 2014, top to bottom: L120,

granny orca | Tumblr

Ruffles the orca. He's one of the J pod crew that live in our part

Instagram post by Gary Sutton • Jun 1, 2015 at 9:18pm UTC

Brothers J34 Doublestuf and J38 Cookie. PC to Tasli Shaw Dolphin Family, Killer Whales

“Some members of J pod (L-R J40, J14, J37, J2, and L87) resting. Isn't it a beautiful sight? Perfect harmony. PC- credit to right… | Favorite Animal!!!

Encounter #7 - Center for Whale Research - OrcaSurvey. J34 Doublestuf. 02/

J Pod orca, December 2015 PC to Clint Rivers

Young Orca with mom.or are they that dolphin that looks like the Orca?

J54 with mom J28 Polaris. PC to Ken Balcomb

with groups in four places at the end of the day yesterday and no internet access to list.

The 8 precious calves born between Dec 2014 and Dec 2015. J50 Scarlet, J51

J32 Rhapsody, who was severely malnourished at the time of her death. Orcas,

Blackberry with brother Mako coming up behind

Feel free to eat any stupid humans that bother you as well mr. Orca Baleen

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J34 Doublestuf: love this beautiful guy. PC to Mark Malleson Killer Whales, Orcas

Beautiful spy hop by J35 Tahlequah Killer Whales, Orcas, Animals Of The World,

J54 surfaces beside his mother, J28 Polaris. 3/31/16 PC to Dave Ellifrit | J Pod | Pinterest | Killer whales, Whale and Mammals

Instagram post by Russ Nicks • Jul 6, 2015 at 3:58am UTC

left to right: J38 Cookie, J44 Moby, J34 Doublestuf, J46 Star, J54, J17 Princess Angeline, and J28 Polaris. April 2016 PC to Hysazu Photography

they came up early in the morning and as they were approaching a bald eagle flew out over the water, made a big circle.

The boys are back in town: rt to lt, J34 Doublestuf, J27 Blackberry, L41 Mega, and K25 Scoter | Orca | Pinterest

Gorgeous shot of the J28s: J46 Star, J54, and mom J28 Polaris | Monika Wieland photo | J Pod | Pinterest | Orcas, Killer whales and Wild animals

The boys are back in town: rt to lt, J34 Doublestuf, J27 Blackberry, L41 Mega, and K25 Scoter | Orca | Pinterest

J22 Oreo with son J34 Doublestuf. PC to Dave Ellifrit Orcas, Dolphin Family,

T34A spy hops during a kill on 7/15/17. Taken aboard the Odyssey of San Juan Excursions.

J32 Rhapsody with cousin/brother J34 Doublestuf Dolphin Family, Killer Whales, Orcas,

The Center for Whale Research is dedicated to the study and conservation of the Southern Resident Killer Whale population in the pacific northwest.

Some of the orcas of J pod, each with its distinctive Scarlet, Nova, Windsong, and Sonic

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J1 ruffles

KILLER WHALES (Orcinus orca) - Birth & Care of Young Killer Whales,

Granny or "J2" and family Killer Whales, Orcas, Gentle Giant, Sea

J34 Doublestuf in the Strait of Georgia. PC to Tasli Shaw Orcas, Ocean Life

K-36 Yoda | The Whale Museum Dolphin Family, Killer Whales, Orcas,

J22 Oreo and her son J34 Doublestuf June 2015

Some of us affectionately call her Artemis for the Greek deity of the

There is a new calf in L pod! Vancouver Aquarium, Orcas, Humpback Whale

J28 Polaris and little brother J44 Moby. PC to Hysazu Photography

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An Orca having a peep at the boats, Puget Sound, Washington State. Must see the Orcas in the wild!

Mako J39 tail slapping next to Blackberry J27 on 9/4/16. Taken aboard the Odyssey of San Juan Excursions.

Born around she has not been seen since July She is the the mother of Blackberry, Tsuchi, and Mako

An orca calf, designated is the fourth born into J Pod this year and was spotted off the west coast of San Juan Island on Oct. Simon Pidcock of Ocean ...

July 2012 - Page 2 of 5 - Five Star Whale Watching

J41 Eclipse cuddles with her baby boy J51 Nova Killer Whales, Whale Watching, Orcas

J45 Se-Yi Chn Orcas, Save The Whales, Water Animals, Killer Whales

Orca's Killer Whales, Animals Beautiful, Fauna, Mammals, Dolphins, Ocean Creatures,

Gorgeous shot of the J28s: J46 Star, J54, and mom J28 Polaris | Monika Wieland photo

L-22 Spirit | The Whale Museum This is one of the whales I saw

The world's oldest Orca whale is running for the position of Honorary Mayor on Orcas Island.

The Center for Whale Research is dedicated to the study and conservation of the Southern Resident Killer Whale population in the pacific northwest.

J14 Samish pec slaps in unison with son J45 Se-Yi-chn Dolphin Family