Voices of SeaWorld
In this new “Voices of SeaWorld” webisode, SeaWorld animal experts and scientists share some of the fascinating research projects going on in the parks that play a huge role in helping to save wildlife and wild places. From the development of thriving marine mammal breeding programs to the on-the-ground support of research projects around the world, see how research makes up a key component of SeaWorld’s larger commitment to conservation and animal welfare.
More than 60 zoological professionals across the U.S. -- trainers, keepers, veterinarians, scientists and rescue experts, as well as conservationists and educators who work closely with SeaWorld -- were interviewed for the new "Voices of SeaWorld" web series. In these videos you will hear directly from those people whose work and passion for animals illustrates SeaWorld's commitment to preserving the world we share.
These dedicated men and women reflect on their work and provide insight into the nearly five decades of contributions SeaWorld has made to caring for studying, rescuing and conserving marine animals. #seaworldcares
In this episode rescuers at SeaWorld and partner organizations share details of their life calling, including often dropping everything on a moment’s notice to help injured, sick and orphaned wild animals. Also, in addition to humans who help, the marine animals at SeaWorld also contribute to efforts to save their wild counterparts.
In this episode, we dive into the care and welfare of our animals -- from dolphins to killer whales (Orcinus Orca). Hear directly from veterinarians, trainers and keepers how they care for these animals, keep them healthy, and even train the animals to participate in their own check-ups. Watch in the next few weeks for new episodes posted here.
Check out the first episode where our team discusses "The Mission of SeaWorld."