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Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition—widely known by its acronym, SEWE—debuted in 1983, its primary goal was to present some of the finest wildlife art being created, exhibiting the work of about 100 artists and attracting 5,000 visitors. Since that time it has evolved to

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