Apr 02

CUTE ALERT: SeaWorld Orlando Welcomes First Harbor Seal Pup of 2015

On Monday, we welcomed the first Harbor Seal Pup of 2015 to our Pacific Point Preserve family. The pup was born to 41-year-old Harbor Seal Dagwood who is one of our animal ambassadors. Both mom and pup are doing well and are being cared for by our Animal Care team.

May 07

Happy Mother’s Day from SeaWorld Orlando – Sealed with A Kiss

SeaWorld Orlando’s harbor seal pups would like to wish all moms a Happy Mother’s Day. In celebration of Mother’s Day, check out these fun facts about harbor seals, and don’t forget to stop by Pacific Point Preserve during your next visit to spot the cute pups playing with their mothers.

Mar 12

SeaWorld San Diego Sets New Record for Number of Marine Mammals Rescued

by Staff

SeaWorld San Diego’s Rescue Team sets a new record today in terms of the number of marine mammals rescued in a single year. Less than three months into 2015, this year already goes down in our park's 51-year history as the highest number of rescued marine mammals. As of today, we've rescued a total of 475 marine mammals since Jan. 1 (breaking down into 458 California sea lions, 11 harbor seals, five elephant seals and one fur seal). That number surpasses the previous record, set for the entire year in 1983, of 474 marine mammals rescued.

Dec 28

Tips for the Holidays from SeaWorld San Diego's Rescue Team

The holidays are always a great time for one's family and relatives to get together, catch up on the going-ons and take the sights in around town. California is a great state to do that! There are many attractions to visit (my favorite being SeaWorld San Diego, and yes, I truly mean that -- I love our park!), including the famous beaches up and down our coast. Californians are used to seeing many California sea lions and harbor seals taking in the sun along the shore, sometimes even alongside beach-goers. Which made me wonder . .

Aug 08

Harbor Seal Rescued by SeaWorld San Diego Undergoes Eye Surgery

A Pacific harbor seal recently rescued by SeaWorld underwent cataract removal surgery at Eye Care for Animals in Tustin, Calif. SeaWorld veterinarians and animal rescue team hope the surgery will restore her eyesight enough so that she can forage for food on her own and eventually be returned to the wild.

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