For college students everywhere, summer is a time for work OR fun;
but why choose one when you can have BOTH!
When the kids were tiny, it was so easy to amaze them with a simple (hopefully tearless) visit to Santa Claus and a (hopefully sleep inducing) nighttime drive through twinkling fairy-lit neighborhoods.
Now that they’re a little bit older, wouldn’t you love to see the same sparkle of wonder in their eyes?
Five words for a blow-their-red-and-green-socks-off celebration?
Every day at Busch Gardens guests have the opportunity to connect with the natural world we share. Zoo professionals partner with over 2,000 animals to give guests amazing experiences through world class animal exhibits, keeper talks, in-depth exotic veterinary insight, up-close animal encounters, and behind-the-scenes tours. Our hope is that the experiences we're able to provide will inspire guests to help protect the animals they encounter and get involved with wildlife conservation.
As an team member here, I can tell you that Busch Gardens takes recycling seriously.
I imagine that as a guest, you probably don’t think about "where it all goes" once you put your garbage or recycling in our receptacles, but it’s quite a process for our employees to take it from there!
If you’ve been to the park during peak times of the year you may have noticed employees dressed in brightly-colored costumes standing on brown speaker boxes. Ever wonder who they are and what they’re doing? They are the Adventure League and they’re here to help you!
After your introduction to our journey in Busch Gardens Xpedition Africa 2012: Part 1, here’s Part 2!
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, or familiarly known as IAAPA, hosted an attractions expo November 14-18 in Orlando, Fla.
Between the merry mayhem of housecleaning, turkey basting, and pumpkin pie-palooza, Thanksgiving is a time to s-l-o-w down and take note of all that we have to be grateful for. Whether you’re celebrating with a turkey sandwich, tofu, or a seven course meal, the thing we’re all most thankful for is the same: the people we’re fortunate enough to call “family” and “friends”.
For the first few years of my zoo career at Busch Gardens, I worked with the orangutans as well as the chimps and gorillas. While I don’t currently work with orangutans, they still hold a very special place in my heart. Since they still mean so much to me, I am eager to share some of my orangutan knowledge with you from time to time….