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Wednesday, March 25 • 6:30pm - 8:00pm
SeaWorld San Diego's Family Learning Night

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About As SeaWorld and Busch Gardens' animal ambassador, Julie Scardina has shared her life-long love of animals and commitment to wildlife conservation with audiences ranging from a few children in a classroom to millions of viewers on national television. On March 25, join her for 'SeaWorld San Diego's Family Learning Night' where she and some of her exotic animal friends will educate, entertain and amaze guests at the park's Nautilus Pavilion. The evening will begin with the chance for kids to touch sharks, see penguins up-close and take part in an educational conservation activity. From 7 to 7:45 p.m., Scardina will highlight the important role all animals play in the planet's ecosystem, with special emphasis on species that are or have been threatened or endangered, including an American alligator, bald eagle and lemur. Scardina is a fascinating animal expert with more than 20 years of experience in animal training and care. She has trained and performed with killer whales, dolphins, sea lions, elephants and many other species. Scardina is involved with several conservation organizations, including the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund (which provides grants for research, conservation education, rescue and rehabilitation, and environmental protection around the world), the National Wildlife Federation and the World Wildlife Fund, which are just a few of the partners with SeaWorld's parent company Busch Entertainment Corporation. This event is geard for ages 9 and older. Pre-Registration Required This event is now SOLD OUT. We look forward to seeing you at other Festival events. Links Location Central-Coastal Audience Family Areas Nature Host organization SeaWorld San Diego Tags conservation, nature, wildlife

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