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We have written about this fantastic educational center once before, but were able to stop at it yesterday as we were moving up the South Carolina coast. Sewee Environmental Education Center is a great museum just north of Charleston that also houses a few Red Wolves. The Red Wolf was originally found throughout the Eastern and Central U.S., but was hunted to near extinction. A breeding and reintroduction program has been conducted into the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in North Carolina. While we normally do not like to see captive wild animals, in this case, these wolves are a part of the breeding program and are important to the genetic diversity of the reintroduced wolves.
P.S. – As you can imagine, the trail to the red wolves is a human only trail, so The Herd rested comfortably in the S-RV while the humans took the pictures.
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