The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department will host the 8th annual  Kites in the Park Festival on Sunday, May 17, 2015, from 10 am to 4 pm at Spring Canyon Community Park, 2626 West Horsetooth Road in Fort Collins.

SEEC had the opportunity to facilitate Colorado Black Bears program for all of the third graders at Eyestone Elementary this past Thursday. What a wonderful experience! All of the kids were fantastic - focused and ready to learn.

Kids Free Fishing Fest at West Lake on Saturday, June 6, 2015 has gone live. The first 60 kids to register will receive a free fishing pole the day of the event. Please click on Kids Free Fishing Fest under SEEC Events List to the right.

Many thanks to Hallie Adams and Alicia Sprague from City of Fort Collins Utilities for their great presentation today for Mountain Gals. Their energy, expertise and hands-on activities were greatly appreciated. THANK YOU!

SEEC has already scheduled a number of free programs for children and teens this summer. Please check out the programs listed under the events section.

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center was thrilled to have recently been selected for a grant from the Fort Collins Rotary Clubs' STEM Education Foundation. With this wonderful grant SEEC was able to purchase three iPad minis for students to use with the amazing ProScope microscope technology.

All students at Red Feather Lakes Elementary School joined in for a fun, informative STEM Extravaganza on Tuesday morning, February 24, 2015. Volunteers from SEEC were thrilled to help facilitate science stations for the students - everyone had a blast!

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center was thrilled to be selected by Josh Rhead for his Eagle Scout project. As you may remember, Josh designed and developed a trail on SEEC land that connected the three geology signs/stations.

What fun going to the post office yesterday and receiving an envelope from Linton Elementary School filled with wonderful thank you notes.

SEEC would like to thank Courtney Peterson and Nancy Dadsiman from Colorado State Forest Service for their wonderful tree puppet show for the preschool, kindergarten and first grade students at Red Feather Lakes Elementary School.