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Feb 27

Mystery Goo Threatens Seabirds

Mystery Goo Threatens Seabirds

In January 16, 2015, several species of seabirds began washing ashore along San Francisco's coastline. The substance covered the feathers of the birds, destroying their ability to stay warm, float, fly and locate food. Even more mysterious was the lack of this sticky substance on beaches or in the water where the sickly birds were found, creating an even bigger challenge for investigators.

Feb 27

Celebrate Dolphin Awareness Month at SeaWorld Orlando

Celebrate Dolphin Awareness Month at SeaWorld Orlando

March is here and our team is excited to spotlight one very special marine mammal – dolphins! Join us in celebrating Dolphin Awareness Month. Throughout the month, our Animal Care and Training teams will enlighten you about the beauty of these marine animals and share information about how you can help in the conservation efforts to save dolphins.

Feb 25

SeaWorld Rehabilitating Solstice, the Rescued Sea Turtle

by Staff
SeaWorld Rehabilitating Solstice, the Rescued Sea Turtle

Solstice, a distressed female sea turtle rescued after she was found cold-stunned on a Washington beach, arrived at SeaWorld San Diego’s Animal Rescue Center on Feb. 24, to continue her rehabilitation process. Following her rescue, she was initially treated by experts at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service coordinated with the U.S. Coast Guard to airlift Solstice to Southern California in a C-130 Hercules transport aircraft during a training mission.

Feb 25

Polar Bears 101

Polar Bears 101

I was just a baby when I met my first polar bear. I posed for a picture with Shivers the big polar bear during a visit to SeaWorld San Diego. My mom says I was happy to see him when we first walked into the park.

Feb 24

SeaWorld Orlando's Animal Rescue Team Relocates 19 Manatees from Drainpipe

by Staff

If you like reading about incredible animal rescues, then this story is for you!

Feb 13

Animal Care Up-Close: Update on Blink the Sea Lion

Animal Care Up-Close: Update on Blink the Sea Lion

A large number of California sea lion pups are beaching along the state's shoreline, and the SeaWorld Rescue Team continues to come to the aid of these animals in need of help. Sometimes during the rehabilitation process, surgery is required in order to give these animals a second chance at life.

Feb 11

Trainers Love the Animals They Work With!

Trainers Love the Animals They Work With!

I really like to go to SeaWorld San Diego and see the trainers working with animals. They get to spend every day with the animals and are excited to teach kids like me. The trainers have to know a lot about the animals because they spend so much time with them.

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