Good News! We’ll be serving up some fresh new content on our blog. Nine team members have been hand selected to be a part of our new blog team. You’ll be hearing from each of our new writers about once a month, offering an inside perspective about what’s going on around Busch Gardens. Keep an eye out for stories from our newest members:
Members of the U.S. armed services, park guests and employees celebrated Flag Day today at SeaWorld in Orlando, San Antonio and San Diego, Busch Gardens in Tampa and Williamsburg, and Sesame Place.
Special military ceremonies and tributes, including a joint-services ceremony at SeaWorld San Antonio, took place during the day.
The SeaWorld Rescue Team and their animal friends are on the road again sharing its rescue mission and teaching students across the U.S. how they can help wildlife. This week the team from SeaWorld Orlando is headed to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia, after spending last week sharing heartwarming stories with schools in Boston. Meanwhile in Texas, SeaWorld San Antonio is headed to the state capital, Austin, after a great week in Corpus Christi.
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.
If you know a child between the ages of 2 and 5 who loves animals, here is a great way to spend 3 days in February: sign up for the “Busch Babies” series.
On Saturday, November 13, Busch Gardens employees teamed up with their friends and family for the Second Annual 5K Run 4 Wildlife. The 202 participants raised more than $2,000 for the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund.
This holiday season, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment encourages you to make a difference and consider gifts that help protect animals and their habitats.
Flower seeds, satchels of songbird food for winter wildlife, or other gifts from nature are gifts that give over and over.
During the recent International Coastal Cleanup, hundreds of volunteers from SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment joined together to pick up more than 500 pounds of trash from beaches and waterways across the U.S.
In Florida, SeaWorld Orlando volunteers combed the Canaveral National Seashore and local canals.
In California, SeaWorld San Diego volunteers picked up trash along Mission Bay.
During the International Coastal Cleanup this Saturday, Sept. 25, hundreds of employees from the 10 parks of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment will join volunteers from around the world to tackle one of the most pervasive pollution problems threatening the world’s oceans, lakes and rivers: trash.
Park cleanup events are planned in Florida, Virginia, Texas and California.
Orlando, Fla., August 23, 2010 -- SeaWorld disagrees with the unfounded allegations made by OSHA today and have already informed the agency that we will contest this citation. The safety of our guests and employees and the welfare of our animals are core values for SeaWorld and areas in which we do not compromise.