SeaWorld San Antonio is very proud to announce the newest addition to our California sea lion family!
To be a great trainer, I need to be able to train a variety of animals through a variety of techniques. A perfect trainer at SeaWorld can work both pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, and walruses) and cetaceans (whales and dolphins.)
To this example, I have been moved around a bit in my animal training career at SeaWorld San Antonio. I started as an apprentice at Shamu Theater, then worked at Beluga Stadium seven years ago. After one year working in the Interaction Programs, I have been at the Sea Lion Stadium for the last five years.
I recently found out that I'm moving back to Belug
The Seal and Sea Lion exhibit is a must see part of your day at SeaWorld. Not only can you see up close California sea lions and harbor seals, but you also have the opportunity to feed them.
When guests are visiting the exhibit one of the most popular questions they ask is, "Why do those big sea lions have a number on their back?" These three male California sea lions came to us from the Bonneville Dam in Washington with an interesting story.
They were three of many male sea lions that had discovered the salmon and sturgeon near the dam. The animals would swim up the river and