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Upcoming Charleston Event – Wildlife Expo 2013

Charleston Wildlife Expo

Assisting in the conservation and education of wildlife, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) will return to Charleston from February 15-17 for its 31st consecutive year. As one of the largest wildlife expos in the nation, SEWE will host numerous events, all designed to bring you closer to nature. Demonstrations in fly fishing and birds of prey will be sure to leave you captivated with a rich, wildlife experience. But the expo isn’t just about demonstrations. Across Charleston, you can attend forums and seminars on regional and global environmental issues. And after you’ve worked up a good helping of information, visit one of the many cooking demos being presented at several locations. It’s a great chance to taste the best of Charleston cuisine.

For more information about the Wildlife Expo, visit their official site at:

About Charleston

Historic Charleston is a town that has embraced its cultural history and blended it with southern hospitality. Featuring some of the best dining establishments and entertainment venues, you’ll be happy to spend a weekend in this winter getaway. Apart from the wildlife expo, be sure to take a walk along the beautiful Battery and hop over for a lovely carriage ride through the historic parts of Charleston. Even if you’re a local, it’s great to experience these things again. It really puts you in tune with the local environment — which is what the SEWE expo is all about. [Read more about Planning Your Visit to Charleston]

Charleston Real Estate & Homes for Sale

If you’ve found yourself touched by the efforts of the wildlife expo and want to search for a home that puts you closer to nature, search our homes in Wadmalaw Island and Seabrook Island. Both areas offer exceptional waterfront properties and put you in the heart of Charleston nature. Listen to local seagulls chirp over beautiful sand dunes and timeless Palmettos. Watch sea turtles crawl across the beach, and if you want, take the boat out for a great day of fishing. The beauty of the Lowcountry will keep you falling in love everyday, so why not own a home in this paradise?

If you’ve found yourself liking historic Charleston and want to join the community, check out our current listings in the area at: Charleston Homes for Sale


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