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Wild Killer Whale


Springer (A73)

Springer (A73)

Population Type: Northern Resident
Sex: Female
Birth Year: 2000

Named after Springer Point on Sonora Island at the south end of Johnstone Strait, Springer (A73) is a young female killer whale who was born in 2000. In early 2002, Springer was the first killer whale rescued, rehabilitated, and released back into the wild. Springer has two calves: Spirit (A104) and Storm (A116).

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