Nov 25

New "Voices of SeaWorld: Conservation and Research"

by Staff

SeaWorld animal experts and the care they provide our animals contribute to conservation and field research. In fact, our animals provide a unique environment for scientists to better understand marine mammals.

Oct 05

Guess Who I Got to See Up Close – Killer Whales!

Sea lions are my favorite marine animals but my next favorite are whales. SeaWorld has taught me a lot about killer whales. Sometimes I get to talk to the trainers and hear all about how they take care of the whales. They spend a lot of time observing them and learn lots every day.

Aug 14

Why I Want to Work with Animals When I Grow Up

I want to work with animals when I grow up because it would be the best job ever. Sea lions are my very favorite and I really REALLY want to work with them because they are so funny and cute. The last time I was at SeaWorld San Diego I met a sea lion that could give a salute. I showed him what to do and he just waived at me instead. Isn’t that funny?

Aug 06

Heart Rate Study on Killer Whale Will Benefit Whales in the Wild

An important study being conducted on Corky, one of the killer whales here at SeaWorld San Diego, will provide valuable veterinary diagnostic benefits as well as help scientists better understand diving physiology in cetaceans in the wild.

Jul 31

What Does Your Favorite Beach Look Like After a Busy Holiday?

Earlier this month, on the Fourth of July, I was lucky enough to enjoy a day with friends, and about 10,000 other people on Mission Bay’s Crown Point Park in San Diego. In between crowds of people with their tents, tables and chairs, were large cardboard boxes meant for people to dump their trash. During the day, people seemed to be taking care of the park by filling up their individual trash bags as well as filling up the oversized trashcans placed around the park.

Jun 16

Father's Day Bonding at SeaWorld Orlando

Here at SeaWorld Orlando, we understand the importance of quality time between parents and children in building strong bonds. It’s something we see and cherish every day with our animals (click here to read about some of the baby animals recently born in our park).

May 02

SeaWorld San Diego Hoping for Pregnancy after Conducting Artificial Insemination with Park’s Polar Bear

SeaWorld San Diego’s zoological team, including Dr. Justine O’Brien from the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Reproductive Research Center, recently conducted artificial insemination with a female polar bear named Snowflake. The 19-year-old bear will be monitored for a potential pregnancy starting in early fall when animal care specialists will test her progesterone levels in the hopes of a pregnancy.

Mar 16

Rescued Guadalupe Fur Seal Returned

After four months of critical veterinary treatment by the SeaWorld San Diego Rescue Team, a well-mended Guadalupe fur seal, named EJ, is back in the ocean with a second chance at life. She was outfitted with a satellite transmitter by Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute scientists who hope to gain crucial data about where the threatened species travels, spends time foraging for food, and ultimately thrives in the ocean.

Feb 27

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.

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