Granny Orca Notecard


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Printed on recycled paper with artwork by Sue Coccia , these vibrant and detailed note cards are a great way to share your love and connection with the animals and environment we all coinhabit.

A portion of the proceeds from this card will be donated to organizations dedicated to the preservation of animals and their habitat.

4.5" x 6.25" blank inside, comes with white envelope

Proudly printed in the USA using soy ink

The Orca is the largest member of the dolphin family, and this particular Orca "Granny" (J12), was the oldest on record. As the leader of the endangered southern resident killer whale population. Granny lived in the northeast Pacific Ocean and coastal bays of Washington state and British Columbia. Granny was estimated to have been born in 1911. She was last seen on October 12, 2016. Today, the southern residents are facing extinction due to a decline in their primary food source; chinook salmon. Dam and fish farm removal must be taken seriously as soon as possible if they are to have any chance of recovering.

You can learn more about Orcas by visiting