Wildlife & Habitat

Wildlife Habitats Header Picture of a Piliated Woodpecker

Visitors to the Red Wolf Enclosure are afforded photographic opportunities through glass viewing panels. The Nebo Trail, passing through freshwater ponds, swamp bottomland and pine uplands of the forest, offers even more chances to spot local wildlife, including many species of birds and reptiles.

  • Red Wolves

    Red Wolves photo

    The Sewee Center is home to four endangered red wolves— one breeding pair and a male and female who are companions. For regular updates on the wolves, visit the Cape Romain NWR Facebook Page. Learn More about the endangered red wolf…

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  • Butterfly Garden


    The Sewee Center has a native Pollinator Garden located at the start of the interpretive nature trail directly behind the Sewee Center’s main building. View magnificent butterflies, bees and other insects flocking to the garden. See how to attract insects at home with native host and food plants.

  • Bee Apiary

    Bee Enclosure

    The Sewee Center has an exciting addition to the grounds! A bee enclosure is located just south of the main building. Opportunities abound to view the busy bees at work in their beekeeper hives!  Professional beekeepers conduct interpretive programs several times during the year. Be sure to check the monthly activity calendar to keep abreast of the programs.