May 16

By land, Sea and Air, SeaWorld Helps Save Endangered Species

by Staff

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is home to nearly 200 endangered, threatened and at-risk animal species. Some of the many examples found at our parks include: lemurs, orangutans, polar bears, sea otters, cheetahs, zebras, gray wolves, black rhinos, macaws and chimpanzees.

May 05

SeaWorld Orlando Recycled Over 200,000 Pounds of Food Waste in 2013

Did you know up to 70% of the world’s food waste can be recycled!? SeaWorld Orlando continues to give back to Central Florida communities and our natural environments with food waste recycling through Organic Matters.

Organic Matters is committed to converting organic waste into useable products that have the highest value in the most environmentally responsible way.

Apr 26

Celebrating Earth Week at SeaWorld San Diego

Every day of the year, SeaWorld San Diego opens its doors to entertain, amaze and educate guests. Behind the scenes, there also is a mission to care for the environment and the animals beyond our park’s borders.

This year’s Earth Day was on April 22, but here at SeaWorld, we consider every day as Earth Day. From recycling plastic bags to reducing our carbon footprint, our team members participated in various educational activities throughout the week that provided them the opportunity to learn more about the different ways we can do our part for the environment.

Oct 23

Celebrating 50 Years of Sea Life Solutions

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) is celebrating 50 years of Sea Life Solutions. That’s half a century of “…. returning to the sea some measure of the benefits derived from it.”

Their mission statement is carried out every day right here in San Diego, at the Institute, which is the equivalent of two football fields away from SeaWorld on beautiful Mission Bay. So close to SeaWorld and yet so many people don’t know about all the incredible HSWRI research that benefits the waters way beyond Mission Bay.

Nov 05

Write the Ray, Be a Star for the Day!

Our SeaWorld Cares team recently made their way to Tustin, Calif. to give an assembly to one of the schools that entered our “Write the Ray” essay contest, which was held spring of 2012. In honor of our 2012 attraction Manta, students in Southern California were challenged to write a conservation essay to cultivate awareness about the diversity of rays, the threats they face in the wild and how we can help protect these amazing animals.

Feb 22

SeaWorld San Diego's Night Operations Team Rocks the Night Shift!

Here at SeaWorld San Diego, we always make sure that we have the highest quality and cleanest park possible. Most of our team members do their part while the gates are open, but when the gates close for the day, our Night Park Operations tags in.

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