Animals in need and endangered species around the world will benefit from more than $1 million in grants awarded this year by the non-profit SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund. The Fund approved grants to more than 100 wildlife protection projects. Here are a few of the efforts.
I’ve written about former campers and where they are now, whether it is up at Shamu stadium as a trainer or working with sea lions or in the Florida Keys on a lobster boat, but this story may be the best yet. A few weeks ago, one of SeaWorld San Antonio’s first campers brought her own family back to camp. Julie was a part of our first day camp group in 1992 and part of the first resident camp in 1994.
SEAmail, our new periodic e-newsletter, features heart-warming moments that take place in our 10 parks and their local communities – moments made possible by people who are committed to making a difference. The latest edition includes efforts to save a baby beluga whale, making a difference for children with autism and more.
Every day, heart-warming moments take place in our 10 parks and their local communities – moments made possible by people who are committed to making a difference. Whether rescuing a stranded whale in the middle of the night or coordinating a fundraiser to protect endangered wolves, our team members join forces with government officials, conservation partners and people in our local communities to make the world a better place.
Over the holidays, we asked you, our fans, to help us with something very special -- choosing the name for our baby killer whale.
Tune into TODAY on Friday morning, December 24, as SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassador Julie Scardina gets Hoda and Kathie Lee in the holiday spirit with some special animal guests.
It’s a boy! Born to Katina the killer whale at SeaWorld Orlando, he might be a little guy but he’s big on being an amazing baby.
Enjoy the photo taken today and a special video from Kelly Flaherty Clark who shares behind-the-scenes secrets straight from Shamu Stadium.
We are saddened to report that Kalina, a 25-year-old killer whale at SeaWorld Orlando, died Monday, October 4 after a sudden illness.
According to park veterinarians, Kalina showed no signs of illness as recently as Friday and had good appetite on Sunday, October 3. She began exhibiting signs of discomfort Monday afternoon and died suddenly in the early evening. A necropsy will be performed, but the cause of her unexpected death won’t be known for up to six weeks.