Jun 06

My SeaWorld Story: Joy

SeaWorld has inspired millions of guests since it opened in 1964. We all have a SeaWorld story; from the first time we connected with a dolphin or a whale, to the moment we made an effort to recycle to protect our ocean friends beyond the park's borders.

Apr 16

My SeaWorld Story: Jeni

SeaWorld has inspired millions of guests since it opened in 1964. We all have a SeaWorld story; from the first time we connected with a dolphin or a whale, to the moment we made an effort to recycle to protect our ocean friends beyond the park's borders.

Nov 11

Happy First Birthday, Rain!

What’s one of my favorite things about working at SeaWorld?

Baby animals! Last November, I was overjoyed to watch Cascade, one of our experienced bottlenose dolphin moms, give birth to a healthy baby boy! Even after witnessing several dolphin births, I was one of the many people that got giddy and started cheering when the calf took his first breath.

Nov 05

Meet guest blogger Christine, Aviculturist at Discovery Cove

by Staff

Hi, I’m Christine, an Aviculturist at Discovery Cove. My love for animals started when I was very young after rescuing a pair of mockingbird chicks that had fallen out a nest in my backyard. I never thought that someday I would be working with animals as a career, but for the past thirteen years I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of birds, small mammals and dolphins.

Oct 25

A Second Chance at Life for TJ, the Rescued Common Dolphin

by Staff

TJ, a young, male common dolphin rescued on a beach near Tijuana in the spring, is thriving back in the ocean after being given a second chance at life here at SeaWorld San Diego!

Jul 31

SeaWorld's Kelly Flaherty Clark Explains "Slide-out" Behavior

by Staff

You may have questions about why whales and dolphins swim out of the water onto what we call “slide-out” areas. This is a social and play behavior our trainers see daily, and the animals are safe doing this. In fact, our whales and dolphins are trained to swim onto, and off of, the slide-outs so that we can monitor their growth and give them veterinary care. In this video, SeaWorld trainer Kelly Flaherty-Clark explains the behavior in more detail.

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