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Jan 23

Meet Julie Scardina: Q&A with SeaWorld Animal Ambassador

Meet Julie Scardina: Q&A with SeaWorld Animal Ambassador

Wild Days kick off this weekend with Penguin Lovers’ Weekend (Jan.24-25), a cool weekend sprinkled with fun facts about our feathered friends and many other animals. This first weekend features SeaWorld’s Animal Ambassador Julie Scardina, who will share stories about her lifelong love of animals and the parks’ commitment to wildlife conservation.

Jan 21

Learning About Penguins at SeaWorld

Learning About Penguins at SeaWorld

Every time I go to SeaWorld San Diego I visit the penguins at the Penguin Encounter. It’s fun to watch the penguins waddle, swim and play.

Jan 20

Celebrate Penguin Awareness Day at SeaWorld Orlando

Celebrate Penguin Awareness Day at SeaWorld Orlando

It’s Penguin Awareness Day, and all of our feathered friends at Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin are celebrating. With a colony of more than 250 penguins, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin transports you to the South Pole to get an up-close look at these specialized polar birds. Penguin Awareness Day takes place Jan.

Jan 13

Vote for Sadie’s Baby’s Name Now!

Vote for Sadie’s Baby’s Name Now!

Help us name Sadie's baby! You can start voting right now for your favorite name. Watch the video below and then go to http://bddy.me/12usVAd to cast your vote. Voting ends this Thursday. We’ll announce the winning name on Friday!

Dec 18

Kalia's Baby Gender Reveal!

Kalia's Baby Gender Reveal!

We have excellent news to share: The gender of Kalia's baby has been confirmed through DNA testing!

The baby will be named after the first of the year.

Trainers and veterinarians report that the baby continues to thrive and is bonding and nursing from Kalia regularly. You can visit Kalia and her calf periodically at Shamu’s Underwater Viewing!

Dec 15

Risso's Dolphin Rehabilitating at SeaWorld San Diego

by Staff
Risso's Dolphin Rehabilitating at SeaWorld San Diego

A Risso’s dolphin that was brought to SeaWorld San Diego is being cared for around the clock by our animal care and veterinary team. Estimated to be about a year old, the male dolphin was found stranded on a beach in Long Beach, California and was taken to the Marine Mammal Care Center at Fort MacArthur where he was stabilized before being transported to our park. Without intervention, this animal would not have survived.

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