SEEC has been part of the Larimer County Bluebird Project for the past three years. We are proud to annouce this year we have our first pair of Mountain Bluebirds that produced a successful clutch of four young that have all fledged.
All About Bears was fun, interactive and hands-on. 18 kids and 7 adults learned about our mighty and magnificent Colorado Black Bears (did you know there are over 19,000 Black Bears in Colorado), along with important information in the Bear Aware program.
A big THANK YOU to the Search and Rescue team of Jill and Skid for a fantastic program. All of the kids (and adults) had a blast learning about S&R and important, life-saving safety tips. You two are a terrific team!
Save the following dates for free summer programs in June for elementary and middle school students: Monday, June 25 - Amazing Search and Rescue Team of Jill and Skid; Tuesday, June 26 - All About Bears; Wednesday, June 27 - Wild, Wacky Weather AND Geocaching; Thursday, June 28 - Birds,
What a wonderful fishing event for kids! Many thanks to everyone who made this fishing fest such a success.
KIDS' FREE FISHING DAY ON SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2018 IS CONFIRMED! REGISTRATION FOR FREE KIDS' FISHING POLES IS OPEN! Please go to the following link to register for the free fishing poles for kids: https://usfs-clrd-kid
Biodiversity by Moonlight Hike is an annual hike that is extremely popular. Led by Sarah Flick and her colleagues with wonderful expertise on plants, trees, birds and bats, it is a hike you do not want to miss.
Thank you to all Kruse third-graders and their teachers for being such great scientists during SEEC's free programs on Magnificent Microbes and Life Cycles of Beetles. You are the BEST!