At first, Springer stayed back from her family. It was several days before she was interacting with them again. Even after, it took some getting used to for her and the females who took care of her.
In 2013, Springer was seen with her first calf by her side. A year later she and her calf were seen together again. Having made it through it's crucial first year, a poll was held in naming the calf. The calf was named Spirit, after Spirit Island, where it was first sighted. It is still unknown if the calf is a male or female
Springer was seen with her second calf on June 5th, 2017. It is unknown if the calf is a male or female.
Age at Rescue/Release-2
Date of Rescue-6/13/02
Place of Rescue-Puget Sound, WA.
Date of Release-7/13/02
Place of Release-Johnstone Strait, BC
Origin of Springer
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