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Wild at Wingswood 2018

Wild at Wingswood was a night to remember. An engaged audience of conservation-minded guests immersed themselves in the world of wild birds. In addition to flight demonstrations and unique bird sightings, a delicious meal was served with avian-themed signature drinks. A premium bar service offered the "country cocktail" feel of an elegant Lowcountry affair. Guests enjoyed the sounds of David Archer's solo guitar while watching Cecilia Murray of the Cecil Byrne Gallery create a beautiful oil pastel of the Center's resident osprey.

SEWE General Admission

Photography by Caroline Tan

The Party: The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition took over Marion Square and other downtown hotspots for an action-packed weekend celebrating Lowcountry fauna.
Highlights: Attendees braved the chilly temperatures for their chance to see tiger cubs, chimpanzees, snakes, and wild bird flight demonstrations. The Center for Birds of Prey had a wide variety of wild birds such as Peregrine Falcons, Harris Hawks, and Eagle Owls present for guests to learn about and see up close.

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