Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

211 Meeting ST

Charleston, SC 29401

Phone: (843) 723-1748

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

The largest wildlife and nature event of its kind, the Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) is held in multiple venues in downtown Charleston each year over President's Day weekend. The event features artwork by more than 100 wildlife painters, sculptors and carvers, plus educational wildlife shows, falconry demonstrations, decoys, sporting arms, retriever demonstrations, lectures, conservation exhibits, outdoor outfitters and guides, and children's activities.

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