SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Animal Ambassador, Corey Oxman, has traveled the far corners of the globe, from Africa to Antarctica, seeing the effects that human behavior has on wildlife around the world. By changing our everyday behavior and making environmentally-friendly choices, we can all help to protect animals and their habitats. Recycling, choosing sustainable seafood, and limiting your water usage are just a few behaviors we can choose to engage in to be better stewards of our environment. In this video, Corey shows how the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Conservation Fund is helping endangered African penguins affected by oil spills.

Corey Oxman graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, focusing in Behavior Analysis. Since 2003, Corey has lived out her lifelong dream as an animal trainer for SeaWorld Orlando. She has trained a wide variety of marine mammals, birds, and other animals. Corey also serves as an Animal Ambassador and national spokesperson for SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, educating people about the effects we have on wildlife. She encourages people to be better stewards of their environment, protecting animals and their habitats around the world.