Adopt Rainbow

Rainbow is a brilliant hunter.

Adopt Rainbow today and help protect her family.

Adopting as a gift?  Choose your adoption below and give the gift details when you check out.

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Rainbow is a friendly, social female dolphin.  She's a proud mum to Prism and Indigo. Rainbow is normally found with a group of friends, moving in and out of the Inner Moray Firth in search for food. She's one of the more regularly seen females along the Black Isle coastline and we see her most months of the year.

A prolific hunter, she was a brilliant teacher to her sons when they were growing up – able to show them every trick in the book to overcome even the biggest of salmon or how to work as a team rounding up herring or mackerel. Her rounded dorsal fin has a distinctive half keyhole-shaped nick on its back edge, making her easy to spot.

What you'll get

With your symbolic adoption you'll receive regular updates about Rainbow and her friends.
Choose between an adult or junior adoption pack.

Adult adoption

Adopt Rainbow and make a real difference!

adopt a dolphin pack

Welcome pack, including your Rainbow adoption certificate

Four issues of our award winning magazine, Whale & Dolphin, per year including an update on Rainbow

Monthly updates about Rainbow and her friends by email, plus a Christmas and birthday e-card

Cotton bag & car sticker

Junior adoption

A fantastic adoption for kids and young people aged 13 and under!

adopt a dolphin kids pack

Welcome pack, including your Rainbow adoption certificate

Four issues of our awesome kids magazine SPLASH! per year, including an update on Rainbow

Monthly updates about Rainbow and her friends by email, plus a Christmas and birthday e-card

Cool stickers & badge

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