​A big thumbs up to Roger Appeldorn for facilitating a wonderful astronomy program, Stars to Cars​, for Mountain Gals and the Red Feather community. 25 participants thoroughly enjoyed Roger's expertise and passion for astronomy. Thank you!


Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is thrilled to have our citizen science air quality project highlighted by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment's ​Be Air Aware ​article.

Many thank to the teachers and third-grade students at Kruse Elementary for inviting SEEC volunteers to share their expertise on life cycles of beetles and micros. It was a great experience and KRUSE ROCKS!

Many thanks to all of the third grade students at Kruse Elementary and their teachers (Ms. Chicco, Mrs. Ferguson, Ms. McConnell and Mr. Warren) for making Amazing Water such a blast!  Our SEEC volunteers had a lot of fun.

SEEC hosted a STEM Extravaganza at Red Feather Lakes Elementary School on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center has been honored to have received two grants from AirWaterGas. Our latest grant isExpansion of High Altitude Air Quality Monitoring: Collection and Analysis of Ozone Trends as related to Elevation and Population Density.

SEEC is proud to host the third annual STEM Extravaganza for all the students at Red Feather Lakes Elementary School (preschool through fifth grade).

Teresa and Roger Funke are good friends and supporters of Soaring Eagle Ecology Center. Roger volunteered his woodworking skills in helping build SEEC's shade structure this summer.

Gigi the Giraffe is a symbol for the American Academy of Dermatology's SPOT Skin Cancer program and AAD's efforts to reduce the incidence of skin cancer through educational programs for children and their parents.

The dedication for Soaring Eagle Ecology Center's new shade structure was held on a fabulous fall day (October 29, 2016) in Red Feather Lakes and attended by 28 community members and volunteers.