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30,000 Rescues – that’s more than one rescue every day for over 50 years, and more than 4 rescues each and every day since 2010 alone!
There is sad news from the West Coast of the U.S. According to reports, a wild juvenile orca within the Southern Resident pod has died from malnutrition.
Meet The Next Generation Pledging To Taking Action with SeaWorld.
Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team took to the road this week to aid a manatee spotted in the upper reaches of the Cooper River in Charleston, S.C
It was the morning of September 1, 2012 when unsuspecting beach goers stumbled upon an heartbreaking scene. A mass stranding of 22 pilot whales on the shores of Ft. Pierce, Florida.
A very special school of fish made their public debut at SeaWorld Orlando on June 1.
Earlier today, the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team – after a 2-day trek across the country – met up with the SeaWorld San Antonio Rescue Team where they both joined forces with The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and members of the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network to help rescue a bottlenose dolphin that was found entangled in fishing gear near South Padre Island in Texas.
This is where programs like Rising Tide Conservation play a vital role. Started by SeaWorld, and now including universities, professional aquarists, aquaculture facilities and retail pet supply companies as partners, Rising Tide Conservation promotes efforts to breed and raise marine tropical fish in aquaculture facilities rather than collecting them in the wild.
SeaWorld has surpassed 28,000 rescues...but we won’t stop there!
In 2015, SeaWorld played a vital role in rescuing hundreds of sea lion pups that were found malnourished, dehydrated and otherwise ill on California beaches and some other unusual places.
I am a whale and dolphin trainer at SeaWorld Orlando. Three years ago today, I experienced something unforgettable - not at our park, but on a beach.
In recognition of National Wildlife Day last Sunday, Sept. 4, SeaWorld San Diego's Rescue Team shared the story of J.J., the orphaned gray whale calf that was found dehydrated, hypoglycemic and comatose off the coast of California on Jan. 10, 1997.