Apr 27

The World is Our Oyster

by Staff

Last Friday, SeaWorld Orlando employees took part in a unique conservation-related project to help restore dead oyster reefs in the Indian River Lagoon in Central Florida.

Volunteers helped make oyster shell mats that will eventually be distributed into the Mosquito Lagoon.

Apr 23

Discovery Cove Welcomes Baby Dolphin

by Staff

Spring is in the air. Flowers are blooming, the grass is turning green and Discovery Cove is welcoming a new baby dolphin to the family. Thelma, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at the park, gave birth to a baby dolphin Tuesday, April 20. This is the 22nd dolphin born at Discovery Cove since the park opened in 2000.

Apr 23

A Memorable Gift For Mom

by Staff

Do you always feel like you're scrambling to find that perfect gift right before Mother's Day? What would make mom feel special? An escape from her every day...now that sounds right.

Family in private cabana

Apr 13

Wild Ways to Stay Cool

by Staff

Animals instinctively know how to stay cool in the blazing hot months - even in scorching temperatures. We humans often complain if our air conditioner breaks down on an 80-degree day. So let's take a cue or two from some of our heat-tolerant animal friends you can find at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.

Apr 05

It's a Dolphin Naming Contest

by Staff

An Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin calf at SeaWorld San Diego needs a name.Born at SeaWorld last year, this future star of the park's “Blue Horizons” dolphin show is looking for your help in choosing her name.

Baby Dolphin

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Mar 16

Carlos Peña's All Star Day at Discovery Cove

by Staff

Carlos Pea, first baseman for the Tampa Bay Rays, swims with a new fan, Jenny, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. Pea spent the day at Discovery Cove in Orlando swimming with dolphins, snorkeling with rays, and hand-feeding exotic birds. Explore more at DiscoveryCove.com.

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