The SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks pledge to protect and conserve the environment and endangered wildlife. Throughout our work in animal rescue and rehabilitation, breeding, medical care, scientific studies, and education, the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme parks demonstrate a strong commitment to the preservation of marine life and the marine environment. Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida is home to nearly 40 endangered species and is well-known for its breeding programs. The SeaWorld parks have rescued hundreds of injured, beached, and stranded endangered species along the North American coastlines, including manatees and sea turtles.
|This informational resource profiles a variety of endangered or threatened species housed at the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks, discussing their status and current conservation efforts underway to protect them.
"Our environmental philosophy is based on the belief that the world we share is only given to us in trust. Every choice we make regarding the earth, air and water around us is made with the objective of preserving it all for the generations to come. This is how our stewardship will be judged, and that is our commitment."
August A. Busch, III Chairman of the Board and President, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.