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SeaWorld is one of the largest marine animal rescue organizations in the world, recently surpassing its 40,000th rescue while also saving an entire ecosystem through the coral rescue program. This newsletter brings those stories to you and demonstrates the many ways we work 24/7 to advance our mission to protect marine animals and their habitats. But none of this work would be possible without you. Every time you visit a SeaWorld park, you become a partner in this important purpose as a portion of park proceeds go toward funding animal rescue and rehabilitation.

40,000 Rescues and Counting

SeaWorld surpassed the milestone of rescuing 40,000 injured, sick, and orphaned animals coast to coast. It’s a somber reminder of the ongoing threats impacting marine animal survival in the wild.

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Celebrating World Penguin Day

SeaWorld has cared for nine species of penguins and participates in the AZA Species Survival Program for Humboldt penguins. Penguins are the second most endangered seabird.
 

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Helping Save the Florida Coral Reef

SeaWorld operates the Florida Coral Rescue Center as part of a partnership to save the reef tract being decimated by disease. First rescued by wildlife authorities, more than 700 corals are in our care. They will be part of a large-scale breeding effort to produce offspring for restoring Florida’s Coral Reef.
 

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World Oceans Day
 

We support United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 focused on conserving and sustainably using the world’s oceans. Our contributions include aquaculture programs for reintroducing abundant fish populations, restoring coral reef systems, and helping ensure cleaner waterways.
 

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Annual Partner Summit
 

Nearly 100 SeaWorld partners attended a two-day summit to hear from leading experts on important topics affecting marine animal conservation including the vital role that accredited zoos like SeaWorld play in helping animals in need and saving species from extinction.
 

 
Five Decades of Dolphin Conservation

Celebrating National Dolphin Day in April, SeaWorld highlighted its more than five decades of experience with seven species of dolphin. This expertise makes it possible for 40% of dolphins rescued by SeaWorld to be treated on the scene and immediately released.
 

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“We are thankful to partner with SeaWorld San Diego to advance penguin conservation efforts. Conservation starts with building awareness. We’re proud to work with SeaWorld to educate guests on the importance of Emperor penguins through park activations such as SeaWorld San Diego’s Emperor roller coaster.”

 

“Our organization is committed to better understanding the bottlenose dolphins living in the Galveston Bay estuary and the financial and scientific support provided through the SeaWorld Conservation Fund is vital to our efforts to study the ecology, behavior and health of this population. We are thrilled to have SeaWorld’s support as we share a common mission to protect the bottlenose dolphin.”

“With SeaWorld’s partnership, we are able to provide our rescued seabirds and shorebirds a safe place to go for critical care and rehabilitation. Especially during times of crises, SeaWorld’s facilities and expert care teams play an integral role in our collaborative response to ensure species survival.”




 

“San Antonio is proud to be home to a large population of active-duty service members and veterans of the US Armed Forces. SeaWorld has been a long-standing supporter of those who have served, allowing active-duty members and now veterans free admission so they can visit the park, learn about animals, and have some time with family. SeaWorld’s support of this special segment of our community is greatly appreciated and shows why we are called Military City USA.”

SeaWorld San Diego Rescues and Releases 'Very Pregnant' Sea Lion Found on Golf Course
Gray Whale is Swimming Free After Rescuers Cut Loose Massive Bundle of Netting
 
Twin Trainers at SeaWorld San Antonio Found Passion for Animals at Young Age
SeaWorld Reaches Historic Milestone of More Than 40,000 Rescues
SeaWorld Reopens Sea Turtle Habitat, Offering New Interactive Experiences



 
SeaWorld San Diego Responds to California Brown Pelican Crisis as Mysterious Illness Causes Hundreds of Juvenile Birds to Strand, Requiring Rescue and Critical Care
 
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