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  • A biologist in a red shirt poses in front of a display with a corn snake.
    Information icon Whitney Wiest, South Carolina Field Office’s Fish and Wildlife Biologist, with Penny, the corn snake. Photo, Chris Hernandez, USFWS.

    Partners for Fish and Wildlife goes “wild”

    May 22, 2017 | 2 minute read

    For the past 35 years, Charleston, South Carolina, has gone wild during the month of February. In what has become known as the largest event of its kind in the nation, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition never fails to disappoint. The three-day art and wildlife exposition exceeded attendance records this year with over 43,000 attendees. Chris Hernandez, South Carolina Field Office’s Coastal Program Biologist, with Penny, the corn snake.  Learn more...

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