There is really little known facts regarding orca whale breeding habits. Though what is known is by closely studying new born calves. Doing this suggests that there isn’t really a typical breeding season. Unfortunately, where they breed is a similar predicament due to their enormous range. They can be found in all oceans and most seas–we just do not know enough.
Though this answer isn’t very satisfying, let me leave you with this. I attend the University of Washington in Seattle, and I remember a few years back hearing about a new calf being born in Washington waters. So you can check off one location on your map.
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