2016 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

 Hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, and wild-game gastronomes — get ready for a howling good time at this year’s Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, or SEWE as it’s more affectionately known. As usual, SEWE 2016 will feature loads of wildlife art, gourmet noshing opportunities, and fun activities for you and your family, including Rex and Rover. Sprinkled throughout, you’ll see our top picks for SEWE events. In honor of the fest, we’re taking this week’s cover section in a more nature-centric direction, with articles on vultures, woyotes, and the mysterious Monkey Island. Enjoy.

A beach town weighs options for controlling its coyote problem
A beach town weighs options for controlling its coyote problem

In the fall of 2013, Stanford Kirshtein set up a motion-activated wildlife camera to watch the trail behind his Sullivan's Island home. The neighbors had been swapping stories about coyotes stalking the island woods, and Kirshtein wanted…


SEWE's annual chef demos take a local 
and sustainable approach
SEWE's annual chef demos take a local and sustainable approach

SEWE Chef Demos have traditionally been about wild game — hogs, venison, turkey, you name it. But this year, the demos are taking on a new look, as the focus shifts to local, sustainable sources and simply…


The Lowcountry's not-so-long distant relationship with a great white shark
The Lowcountry's not-so-long distant relationship with a great white shark

In the fall of 2012, a great white shark named Mary Lee surfaced off the Isle of Palms. A tag on her dorsal fin sent a signal to an orbiting satellite, which then sent the signal back…


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