During 2021, SeaWorld Rescue teams across all three parks mobilized to help rescue and rehabilitate animals in need with the end goal of being able to return them to their natural habitat.
The first full week of December serves as Walrus Awareness Week, and we couldn’t be happier to be talking about these massive marine mammals.
Jody Westberg, a member of SeaWorld San Diego’s rescue team, explains how humans impact ocean environments and why rescue teams serve as a crucial line of defense for some of marine life’s most insurmountable threats.
For more than 60 years, SeaWorld has helped preserve the world’s oceans and protect the extraordinary animals that live in them.
At SeaWorld, our many teams – from rescue and research to veterinary and animal care – provide exceptional and accredited care to our dolphins every single day.
Thank you to everyone who has inquired about the stranded and deceased killer whale in Palm Coast on January 11.
The Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) is SeaWorld’s longest-standing partner in conservation. Despite the shared name, HSWRI is a separate organization independent of SeaWorld.
World Penguin Day is the perfect time to celebrate some of our favorite animals in our care!
Coral reefs are incredibly large, complex underwater ecosystems. Despite occurring in about 1% of the ocean, coral reefs are home to over 25% of all ocean life. They are formed over the course of millennia from coral polyps, and house thousands of unique and diverse species.
The Amazon river dolphin, sometimes known as the pink river dolphin or “boto” in Portuguese, is an endangered species of river dolphin found throughout the Amazon basin in Brazil. These dolphins face many challenges — not only are they threated by typical issues such as pollution and habitat degradation, but they are also frequently hunted and used as fishing bait.
In response to the ongoing Unusual Mortality Event (UME) impacting manatees on the East Coast, SeaWorld will double the critical care space at its Rescue facility in Orlando.
On March 4, 2022, the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue team hit the beach to return 10 rehabilitated Kemp’s ridley sea turtles to Canaveral National Seashore.