Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center Events
The Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center offers a variety of really cool programs and hands-on displays designed to introduce visitors to the unique heritage and natural history of South Carolina's lowcountry, the national forest and the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge. Please scroll down the page to see the full variety of this month's events.
Wolfman Rob conducts red wolf discussions & feedings on Saturdays 11:30 AM and Thursdays 3:00 PM.
July Events at Sewee
July 17, Sunday, 10 AM Bulls Island Beach Drop!
Take Coastal Expeditions’ ferry CARETTA to the secluded north end of Bulls Island for a day of shelling, photography, birding and bliss. Call Coastal Expeditions at 843-884-7684 for info and booking.
July 23, Saturday, 10:30 AM Explore Endangered Species near Sewee
Learn about wildlife ecology and how changes to the ecology have endangered species that live in our own backyard. We'll walk out to the red wolf enclosure and learn more from "Wolfman Rob." Target ages 5-10 Call the Center at 843-928-3368 to register for this FREE program!
July 23, Saturday, 4:30 PM Sunrise Photo Trip
Experience the magnificent and seldom seen sunrise at Boneyard Beach on Bulls Island. Call Coastal Expeditions for info and booking 843-884-7684.
July 30, Saturday, 10 AM Butterflies are Amazing!
Lets learn about our local butterflies and learn about the cool things they eat. We will go outside and check out our own pollinator gar-den to see what butterflies just might be feeding on plants or enjoying the “puddle pond”. Target ages 5-10. Call the Center at 843-928-3368 to register for this FREE program!
July 30, Saturday, 9:30 AM Hampton Plantation Paddle - People of the Plantations Tour
Hampton Plantation Paddle - People of the Plantations Tour: Go on a one way float- paddle on the middle section of the blackwater Wambaw Creek and explore the plantations and settlements of the Huguenot settlers. Shuttles back included. Contact Nature Adventures Outfitters at 843 568 3222 for more details.
July 31, Saturday, 9 AM Bulls Island Beach Drop
Hampton Plantation Paddle - People of the Plantations Tour: Go on a one way float- paddle on the middle section of the blackwater Wambaw Creek and ex-plore the plantations and settlements of the Huguenot settlers. Shuttles back in-cluded. Contact Nature Adventures Outfitters at 843 568 3222 for more details.
For More Information:
Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center
5821 Highway 17 North, Awendaw, SC 29429
Phone: (843) 928-3368 Fax: (843) 928-3828
Hours: Wednesday—Saturday, 9 a.m. — 5 p.m.
From Charleston, take U.S. Highway 17 north about 18 miles. The center is located on the right.
Check out these websites for more information on the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and Sewee Association:
http://www.fws.gov/caperomain/ and http://www.seweeassociation.org/