Honoring orcas captured in Penn Cove in the 1960s and ’70s and the lone survivor, Tokitae, are Cindy Hansen, far left, Susan Berta, Jan Bell, center, and Howard Garrett. The annual ceremony was held Aug. 8 at the wharf in Coupeville. (Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times)

Honoring orcas captured in Penn Cove in the 1960s and ’70s and the lone survivor, Tokitae, are Cindy Hansen, far left, Susan Berta, Jan Bell, center, and Howard Garrett. The annual ceremony was held Aug. 8 at the wharf in Coupeville. (Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times)

Flowers for Tokitae: Remembering Puget Sound’s captured orcas

Activists vow to bring the last surviving orca of the southern resident captures home.

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