Welcome to the Sewee Center
A 3-mile section of the Jericho Horse Trail is closed for heavy maintenance. Recreationists are advised to use adjoining gravel roads to get around the closed section of trail. One mile of this closed section is jointly the Jericho Horse and Swamp Fox Passage of the Palmetto Trail. Closed Section of Jericho Trail
Boneyard Beach Sunrise Photography Tour on Bulls Island, March 14th- 5:00 am www.BullsIslandFerry.com
Wadboo Creek Paddle, March 14th - 1:00-4:30 pm www.NatureAdventuresOutfitters.com
Bulls Island Beach Drop, March 22nd - 12:00-5:00 pm www.BullsIslandFerry.com
For Sewee Events, please see our Events Page
|Red Wolves at Home at the Sewee Center!
The Sewee Center is home to five endangered Red wolves. Two sisters arrived at the Center from the Salisbury Zoological Park on November 1, 2012. On May 21, 2013 a male and female arrived from the captive facility at Alligator River NWR. The male sired six pups at the Sewee Center on April 8, 2014. Two male pups remain at the Sewee Center with their mother. Call the Sewee Center at 843.928.3368 or visit facebook.com/caperomain for updated information on the pups. With a population of approximately 300, the Red wolf is one of the most endangered animals in the world today.
|Red wolf pup Jewell.
Credit: Karen Soltis
Red Wolf Pups Born at Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center
|Great News! On April 8th, the captive breeding female, fondly known as "Lilly", gave birth to six pups of which four survived. The Sewee Center is excited to announce that two endangered Red Wolf pups are thriving!|
|See the Sewee Events page for detailed information on these and other events scheduled in January and February.|
|Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center. Credit: Tricia Lynch/USFWS|
See! Touch! Hear! Experience the unique
heritage and natural history of the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Jointly operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and
the U.S. Forest Service,the Sewee Center showcases the valuable
ecosystems of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and
the Francis Marion National Forest and provides educational
and a pleasant experience for all ages.
What the Center Offers:
- Exhibits featuring forest to sea ecosystems
- Live endangered red wolf viewing area with interpretive panels
- Classroom and laboratory designed for lectures and hands-on experiments
- Recreation Information Center
- Book sales outlet
- Auditorium - an orientation film introduces you to the Forest and Refuge
- Nature trail - a one mile loop trail encompasses the pond, red wolf enclosure and wooded area surrounding the Center
South Carolina Lowcountry Refuges Complex - News from "Life in the Wild" in Volume 7!
Life in the Wild is the newsletter for the Cape Romain, Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin, Santee and Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuges. With over 115,240 acres, these unique public lands encompass pristine barrier island beaches, rich salt marsh estuary and riverine ecosystems, and forested freshwater wetlands. Learn about how we manage these special areas for wildlife and people in our Life in the Wild Newsletters. Get Outside! Our latest edition, Volume 7, highlights the importance of our collaborative partnerships- agencies, organizationsand communities working together to support our rich natural and cultural histories, promote recreational activities on the refuges, and assist in management efforts underway to protect our habitats and species. Enjoy the newsletter!