SeaWorld's passion for conservation
Nursing wildlife back to health
- Duration 3:06
- Date Jul 13, 2012
Nursing wildlife back to health
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Yep we're going wild at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens are among the country's most popular theme parks this.
Each and every summer.
But what many people don't know is that for over forty years they played a critical role in -- injured and stranded -- life.
Like that's -- were listening to you off camera.
Over 20000 email animals have been rescued drew is right now is -- Miller she is an animal ambassador with SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.
Look at what's wrong we've been.
Actually I'm just excited be out here to talk about.
All the different rescues that we've done throughout the years here at -- would have some of the more epic ones that -- gonna kind of highlights that's what he's magellanic that you see here and -- are -- -- -- And you see them walking around as well.
It is a -- -- know we know about the big BP spill there were millions of birds that were impacted by that every once in awhile you get a call from people and say look we -- some birds we need some help with and you come the rest.
But we we worked with the agencies that -- go out and rescue rehabilitate and and the ultimate goal is to return and what we did with the with the different species of England that you see here the magellanic off the coast in 2000.
Off the coast of South Africa their word and one of the largest oil spills that ever took place in.
2000 birds penguins had to -- affected by -- -- -- they'll know and we had to go in there and and help because you're feeling it look -- -- that's that if that there right now a smoothie I imagine completely coated in oil this other protected themselves in the water.
If it gets -- up insurer longer waterproof.
That water is very that's -- very detrimental Chris I've seen from the commercials that a lot of the bird rescuers used drawing yes it's really good entered it didn't hit it -- -- yeah exactly let's whenever that notice of what I know aren't that.
These guys on the ground here aren't hearing got it can continue to walk around her -- It go right now which to -- here is -- -- so this is -- Q do you think some of the rescue that's smaller ones -- -- the and America this is an American camp and what didn't go ahead and towards that.
-- -- -- -- Under the plan argued yeah I don't -- let me get drowned -- the guys what's in.
-- -- -- And what happened was that's.
And -- while what I went through he doesn't really want me and he's eloquent and that's okay -- -- -- in my -- like you could put it happens jaguar went.
Knew where their nest site was hundreds of eggs and chicks yeah bandit and we went down there.
Because we've had an opera to see -- are raise hundreds of these.
What else do you think that I've.
Flamingo -- right now I love the story.
Why they turn pink and it has to do Armenia it doesn't have to -- that they can't you get them the blue green allergies and that -- -- stations at the it they turn things.
Because of the shrimp do you think that if it's pretty cool just some of the secular and about when you go to SeaWorld -- Busch.
Gentlemen thank you very much have a that's -- so it's pretty terrible.