March is a wonderful time in San Diego. Our family visits SeaWorld San Diego often but SeaWorld Wild Days every weekend is March brings even more fun to the park by celebrating and educating animal lovers about the importance of wildlife. Every weekend has new presenters including the stars of Sea Rescue and Jack Hanna. That alone is reason for my daughter to ask to attend each weekend. Reasons to attend SeaWorld Wild Days go far beyond your average visit to the park.
5 reasons to attend SeaWorld Wild Days
1) Educational booths
Learn about the SeaWorld Conservation Fund, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, and more at the many different educational booths.
2) Special guests
With many different presentations covering a variety of topics, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from SeaWorld employees helping care for animals everyday along with other stars you might recognize like the crew from Sea Rescue.
Different games offer the opportunity to win prizes while learning about animal conservation. The disc drop was my daughter’s favorite and she may have came home with more than one stuffed cheetah.
4) Animal encounters
Each day has a full schedule of opportunities to meet and learn about the SeaWorld animal ambassadors. From birds to frogs to even kangaroos, each day is different.
5) Family fun
Experience Wild Days with your family for the ultimate day of family fun.
Wild Days only happens once a year and is a wonderful time to visit the park and celebrate your love for animals. Learn more about the SeaWorld Wild Days schedule of events to help determine which weekend you’ll visit this year. If meeting Jack Hanna is on your bucket list, like it is mine, be sure to visit Wild Days March 19-20!
Read why I choose to support SeaWorld if you are interested in our frequent visits to the parks.
Connect with SeaWorld San Diego on Facebook, Instagram, and with Clyde the Sea Lion on Twitter to learn more about the park and special events.
Disclosure: Our family receives complimentary tickets to SeaWorld and animal interaction experiences with many learning opportunities. All opinions are my own.