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.
SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassadors can be seen on two national shows on Friday, December 23.
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:
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.
I was able to think about the questions about we most frequently are asked and it made me realize, there are a lot of misconceptions.
This summer movie season SeaWorld invites you and your family to follow a real life journey during “Turtle: The Incredible Journey.” The movie is a remarkable example of wildlife documentary filmmaking and is being distributed by the newly formed SeaWorld Pictures division in partnership with Hannover House.
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.
Long known for helping marine animals in need, SeaWorld is partnering with local animal shelters in Central Florida to encourage adoptions of homeless dogs and cats.