SeaWorld Orlando Happenings ~ October 2016
Welcome to another a look at the excitement related to SeaWorld Orlando that happened in October and what is to come in November!
As fall goes into full swing, the Halloween fun winds down across all of Orlando including the family fun at SeaWorld Orlando:
There is already a sign of the holiday cheer to come at the park as a Sea of Trees has appeared in the main lagoon:
One of the highlight signs show off a new feature to the event:
The outdoor ice stage is also coming into form already:
As a reminder, SeaWorld Christmas Celebration will feature Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and friends for the first time ever and the event begins on Nov. 25:
Checking on some other projects we see no progress or walls for either FlameCraft Bar, near SeaFire, and no sign of anything at Dolphin Nursery:
In other events news, guests will be able to meet Guy Harvey at the park on November 19th and 20th:
Details from the park are below:
Hear uplifting stories and gain insight into Guy Harvey’s work during hosted chats taking place both event days at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Browse SeaWorld’s collection of exclusive Guy Harvey artwork and merchandise, plus stick around for meet-and-greets and signings inside the Guy Harvey Shop on both Saturday and Sunday at 10:00 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m.
Also available is a special Guy Harvey edition of the Sharks Up Close Tour as well as an opportunity to have dinner with Guy Harvey at Sharks Underwater Grill. For pass-members there will be a special meet and greet with rum tasting available as well.
In the mid month, a pregnant manatee was brought to SeaWorld Orlando for care by the coast guard:
The manatee, named Washburn, was picked up in the New England area and rescued by Mystic Aquarium. She will receive care from SeaWorld Orlando until she is deemed healthy enough to be returned to the much warmer Florida waters.
Speaking of staying warm, imagine how cold a penguin with no feathers would be. Now imagine a great company like SeaWorld stepping in to help out such a rare bird:
The female Adelie penguin recently experienced feather-loss, which can happen to penguins in their natural habitats and wild populations. As a result of her feather-loss, the bird had a hard time naturally regulating her body temperature so the aviculture team at the park came up with a one of a kind wet suit for her, so cool!!!
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