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Meet the Whales

Transient Killer Whales


T123 Group (3 whales in 2011)

Sidney (T123) - adult female thought to have been born in 1985 with two offspring; Stanley (T123A) and Thrasher (T123B)

Stanley (T123A) - teenage male born in 2000

Thrasher (T123B) - young whale of undetermined gender born in 2009
*Thrasher is currently missing and not available for adoption at this time 






Whale News


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Photo: Ken Balcomb
The T123 group; Sidney, Stanley and Thrasher traveling together.

Photo: David Price
Stanley (T123A) visited Stanley Park on May 11, 2011

Photo: Meghan McKillop
The T123 group in Haro Strait in April 2009.