Adopt an orca today! Holly was born in 1980 and her whale calf babies Surf, Current, and Cameleon are named after places around British Columbia. Holly and her family are one of the few whale pods seen in the Johnstone Strait during the winter, but they also reach into southeast Alaska and so their range is more than 300 miles/ 500 kilometers! When you adopt an orca like Holly, every adoption contributes to Whale and Dolphin Conservancy goals to ensure every whale is safe and free. When you adopt an orca, you will receive a personalized certificate with a photograph, biography and family tree of Holly the whale and fascinating facts and figures about orca whales, a map of her migratory path, a window decal/sticker to show your support, monthly updates and recent WDC newsletters including updates on where your adopted whale has been seen and how your adoption is helping to save whales and dolphins worldwide. PLUS an exciting and educational DVD featuring WDC adoptable orca whales.
WDC’s Whale Adoption Project first began in the early 1980s. As the first humpback whale adoption program in the world, we have remained the best, as demonstrated by the number of whales who have been sponsored by their original adopters for almost 30 years. In 2014, WDC added two orcas to our adoptable whale family. Often called killer whales for their ability to take town sea lions and other large prey in the wild for food, Fife and Holly are welcome additions to our whale pod. All orca and humpback whale adopters will also receive monthly updates featuring seasonal sightings and personality profiles of the individual whales you adopt. There is an adoption package for everyone and each adoption helps fund our work to free cetaceans in captivity and protect adoptable whales, orcas and dolphins, as well as the ocean habitats on which we all depend. Adopt an orca today to become part of our captivity-free whale-loving family!