Animals

Aubrey Rose

NMFS Research Permit #16479

Location: Hawaii

Aubrey Rose is a North Pacific humpback whale named in honor of Aubrey Rose and was last seen in 2014.

Bella

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Bella is a South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2011.

Cetus

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Cetus is a South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2009.

Elisa

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Elisa is a North Pacific humpback whale named by Mark Vega and was last seen in 2017.

KEGL

Research activities authorized by New South Wales government

Location: Australia

KEGL is a South Pacific humpback whale named by Kumiko, Esther, Geralyne, and LaVonne and was last seen in 2011.

Lady

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Lady is a South Pacific humpback whale named by the Turner Family and was last seen in 2010.

Lucinda

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Lucinda is a South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2008.

Maka'ala

Photo Donated

Location: Hawaii

Maka'ala is a North Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2009.

Makena

NMFS Research Permit #982

Location: Hawaii

Makena is a North Pacific humpback whale named in memory of PWF Founder, Greg Kaufman, and was last seen in 2014.

Migaloo

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Migaloo is an all white South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2011.

Moby Rick

Research conducted opportunistically aboard PacWhale Eco-Adventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Whale Foundation. Whales were not approached closer than 100 yards, per Hawaii regulations.

Location: Hawaii

Moby Rick is a North Pacific humpback whale named in memory of Richard Scott Roemmer and was last seen in 2018.

Nala

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Nala is a South Pacific humpback whale named by Hervey Bay High School students and was last seen in 2015.

Normandy

Research conducted opportunistically aboard PacWhale Eco-Adventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Whale Foundation. Whales were not approached closer than 100 yards, per Hawaii regulations.

Location: Hawaii

Normandy is a North Pacific humpback whale named in honor of Grace Safford and was last seen in 2017.

Sally

Research conducted opportunistically aboard PacWhale Eco-Adventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Whale Foundation. Whales were not approached closer than 100 yards, per Hawaii regulations.

Location: Hawaii

Sally is a North Pacific humpback whale named by the Maui community and was last seen in 2018.

Shira Mayim

NMFS Research Permit #16479

Location: Hawaii

Shira Miyam is a North Pacific humpback whale named by Beth Savitt and was last seen in 2014.

Sonja

Research conducted opportunistically aboard PacWhale Eco-Adventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Whale Foundation. Whales were not approached closer than 100 yards, per Hawaii regulations.

Location: Hawaii

Sonja is a North Pacific humpback whale named by Marshall & Sue Mortenson and was last seen in 2013.

Uluru

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Uluru is a South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2017.

Warrain

Research activities authorized by Queensland government

Location: Australia

Warrain is a South Pacific humpback whale and was last seen in 2008.

If you'd like to help us grow our list of adoptive animals, you can instead Name a Marine Animal on the following page: Marine Animal Adoption and Naming

Photo Donations: PWF’s research department accepts high-quality photos of dolphin dorsal fins and humpback whale tail flukes taken in the Pacific. All donation photos are cataloged with the name and contact information of the donor and we will notify you of any re-sightings that occur. In order to be cataloged, photos must be accompanied by the date and location of each sighting. For more information about this program, visit Photo Donations

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