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.
SEEC volunteers were thrilled to offer hands-on outdoor environmental education to the K/1 students in Mrs. Jayroe's class on the topics of Seasons and Trees. The kids were excited and energetic, the weather was glorious and the programs informative and fun.
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center's volunteers brought our fun, informative environmental programs to the third graders at Linton Elementary. What fun having an in-school field trip!
Many thanks to Jo Anne Hagan and Ken Ogan for the terrific programs they presented back-to-back this past Saturday.
Sarah Myers facilitated a wonderful presentation on the Natural History and Stories From the Land Down Under for Mountain Gals and the RFL community. It was an enchanting presentation that featured the unique flora and fauna of Australia.
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is appreciative and thankful to Fox Acres and Matt Reinick for hosting a fantastic golf event to benefit SEEC. 27 players enjoyed Fox's beautiful golf course and the glorious weather to have fun and support SEEC at the same time.
Many thanks to Anita Kindt for a fun, informative program about rockhounding. What a great activity to share with children and grandchildren! It was a pleasure to see Anita share her passion for rocks with us all.
Thank you, thank you to the amazing astronomers from Northern Colorado Astronomical Society and Longmont Astronomy Society for the wonderful solar telescope viewing for three hours on Saturday, August 2, 2014.
DO NOT MISS these great astronomy events on Saturday, August 2, 2014! Astronomers from Northern Colorado Astronomical Society and Longmont Astronomy Society will facilitate solar viewing with their solar telescopes outside the Chapel in the Pines from 10 am to 1 pm.
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) was honored and thankful to have been selected by scout Josh Rheade for his Eagle Scout Project. In less than two months, Josh planned, developed and implemented a nature trail that connects the three geology signs and stations on SEEC land.