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Feb 23

SeaWorld Makes a Splash in its Conservation Efforts

SeaWorld Makes a Splash in its Conservation Efforts

SeaWorld is known to many as a theme park featuring exciting rides and attractions, including its magnum opus, One Ocean, featuring their killer whales. Not many are aware, however, of SeaWorld’s on-going conservation efforts.

Feb 23

SeaWorld Makes a Splash

SeaWorld Makes a Splash

Cruel, heartless and greedy. Those are a few of the words that animal rights groups have accused SeaWorld of being. However, after experiencing first-hand the efforts SeaWorld undertakes to rescue and rehabilitate various animals, it is clear there is another side of the story.

Feb 20

Kay's Korner: Nature's Way to Recycle!

Kay's Korner: Nature's Way to Recycle!

Hi everybody! Today, in Kay's Korner, let's talk about nature's way of recycling: composting! Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of waste that enters landfills and helps create rich soil for your home garden.

Watch the video to learn more about composting!

Feb 18

Meet Trinidad: a Rehabilitated Manatee Transported from SeaWorld San Antonio to Orlando

Meet Trinidad: a Rehabilitated Manatee Transported from SeaWorld San Antonio to Orlando

Something really amazing happened today that showcases how teams work together to help save animals! Meet Trinidad:

Feb 12

SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team Returns First Group of 72 Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtles

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SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team Returns First Group of 72 Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtles

Yesterday, 10 endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles received a second chance at life after months of rehabilitation and care with our team.

Feb 11

Meet Watson: the Newest Addition to SeaWorld Orlando’s Tawny Frogmouth Family

Meet Watson: the Newest Addition to SeaWorld Orlando’s Tawny Frogmouth Family

SeaWorld Orlando just welcomed Watson, an overbearingly cute new addition to its family. Watson is the second tawny frogmouth chick to hatch at SeaWorld Orlando this year. The chick is currently being monitored closely by the SeaWorld Aviculture Team to ensure it receives the best care during its crucial first few weeks of life. Thanks to the team’s care efforts, Watson has escalated from his initial 0.4-ounce weight to more than five and a half ounces!

Jan 22

SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team Cares for Oiled Bird

SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team Cares for Oiled Bird

The SeaWorld Orlando Animal Rescue Team responded to a call recently regarding an injured sandhill crane in Kissimmee, Fla. When the team arrived on site, they realized it was maliciously sprayed with cooking oil. This is the second bird in one month found covered in oil.

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