Sep 02

Busch Gardens and Cahoon Elementary – Taking Conservation to the Next Level

by Staff

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and the Cahoon Elementary Magnet School of Animal Science have teamed up to provide students with a innovative, year-long program that will challenge children to strategize solutions regarding some of our world’s greatest conservation challenges. The project is called “Conservation Matters” and allows children to apply the abstract knowledge of Language Arts, Social Studies, Math and Science directly to real-life conservation challenges.

Jul 29

SeaWorld's Head Vet Provides Update on Once-Stranded Pilot Whale Now at SeaWorld Orlando's New Cetacean Rehabilitation Facility

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SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Vice President of Veterinary Services, Dr. Chris Dold, was on site at the new Cetacean Rehabiliation Facility at SeaWorld Orlando to provide an update on how the newest resident, once-stranded pilot whale 301, is doing in her new home.

Jun 08

SeaWorld Orlando Partakes In World Ocean Day Cleanup

Today is World Ocean Day. Millions of concerned citizens from around the world are doing what they can to help the world's waterways. No matter where we live, the ocean is our life support system, providing much of the food, water and oxygen we need to survive. And while the ocean is vast, it's not without limits. Pollution, overfishing and overdevelopment are just a few of the hazards threatening the bounty that many take for granted.

How is SeaWorld lending a hand?

Jun 01

SeaWorld Orlando's Animal Team Helps Lil Joe the Manatee Find His New Home

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Yesterday morning, SeaWorld Orlando's animal care team assisted Lil Joe the manatee back into the waters of Lake Dexter in Astor, Fla.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on a manatee release? Here's a peek into yesterday's release.

Feb 08

LIVE VIDEO -- Cape Cod Sea Turtles Being Returned to the Wild by SeaWorld

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20 healthy sea turtles are being returned to the wild by SeaWorld animal experts. The turtles were rescued from the frigid waters of Cape Cod back in December and after intensive care at the New England Aquarium were flown to SeaWorld in Orlando.

Dec 15

More cold-stressed sea turtles find care – and warmth – at SeaWorld

by Staff

(Wednesday, December 15) Today, 36 more cold-stressed sea turtles are finding care and warmth at SeaWorld in Orlando. The park’s animal rescue team and sea turtle experts picked up the turtles at the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge, near Cape Canaveral, FL, after they were found and gathered by biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC).

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