Nov 15

Busch Gardens Team Members and Friends Run for Wildlife

by Staff

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.

The men's top three winners, Nick Fusco, Justin Bedell and Brandon Gordon (left to right), gather after the race to celebrate.

Sep 21

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Clean Up Beaches

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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.

Sep 10

SeaWorld Guests Donate $1 Million to Preserve Wildlife

by Staff

In just four months, more than $1 million has been pledged to wildlife conservation efforts around the world thanks to vacationing families participating in the new “SeaWorld Cares” program.

The program was launched in April and allowed families to receive a discounted child ticket and have the entire admission price donated to wildlife conservation. Families participating in the program are helping save polar bears in the Arctic, inspiring kids to spend more time outdoors, protecting coral reefs and supporting wildlife projects worldwide.

Apr 22

***Updated*** SeaWorld Discusses Drive Fisheries

by Staff

For our position on the Japanese drive hunts click here.

Mar 02

SeaWorld & Busch Gardens' Breeding Program Dedicated to Preserving Wildlife

by Staff

In cooperation with the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA), SeaWorld and Busch Gardens have successfully bred many endangered species. AZAs Species Survival Plan (SSP) program is dedicated to the survival of selected species like the endangered black rhino.

Feb 23

Making a World of Difference: Animal Rescue

by Staff

For over 40 years, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, and Discovery Cove have maintained a quiet commitment to the rescue and rehabil

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