"Off" Season...Not So Different From "On" Season

One of the questions I get the most is, “What do you do when the park is closed?”  Well, we are here taking care of the animals 365 days a year, so the park being closed doesn’t change our work schedule very much.  We simply have more time to train new behaviors, train new people, and strengthen our relationships with the animals.  For example, today, while the park is closed, we are busy working on several behaviors for the upcoming Jack Hanna show. 

'The Shamu Story' at SeaWorld San Diego

Everyone has a story - even Shamu. At SeaWorld San Diego, the big guy gives guests a behind-the-scenes glimpse into his world in the educational and entertaining presentation called “The Shamu Story.” 

12 more sea turtles returned to Florida's Gulf waters.

On September 16, Lateesha Hektner, (above on right) from SeaWorld Orlando’s animal rescue team, returned to the wild 12 sea turtles that had been in the park’s care. The sea turtles – 11 highly endangered Kemp’s Ridley and one green – all were impacted by the Gulf oil spill.

2011 New Years Resolutions -- Animal Edition

Can you guess which animals would make the following resolutions? The answers can be found at the end of the post. These images may, or may not be a hint. 

2011 SeaWorld Camp Starts Today in Orlando

Today is the first day of 2011 SeaWorld Camp in Orlando.  And for those of you looking for a different species of camp, you've found it!  SeaWorld Orlando offers 12 Day Camps and three Resident Camps for children going into preschool through

A Creative Wordless Wednesday

This Wednesday, get creative -- make your own caption!

A Cute Story of Sandhill Surrogacy

While caring for both a rescued adult sandhill and an orphaned chick, SeaWorld’s Aviculture team put their problem-solving skills to work to create a successful surrogacy.

A Day in the Life of Clay!

I get the question all the time, "Clay what do you do at SeaWorld?" My answer always is, well I work with animals, but that's not the whole story.

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