Red WolvesThe Red Wolves at Sewee
The Sewee Center is home for four endangered red wolves. 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. One male remains at the Sewee Center and is paired with a female for breeding. With a population of approximately 200, the red wolf is one of the most endangered animals in the world today. Red wolves are housed at the Sewee Center for observation, education and breeding. These captive wolves help to ensure the genetic diversity of the species.