Welcome to Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC)
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is located in beautiful Red Feather Lakes on approximately 20 acres directly south and west of Red Feather Lakes Elementary School. In a pristine montane forest environment adjacent to Roosevelt National Forest, it is the perfect setting for environmental education. At over 8,400 feet, SEEC OFFERS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION WITH ALTITUDE!
SEEC's mission is to offer hands-on, outdoor education to promote understanding and appreciation of the natural world.
SEEC has been a proud member of the Colorado Nonprofit Association since 2011.
Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 or email email@example.com for more details about SEEC's free environmental and science programs. Please note that the SEEC Events List on the right can only display a limited number of events/programs at a time. Look under Announcements to find information on future free STEM and environmental programs.
Next SEEC Event
Many thanks to Red Feather Lakes Elementaty School's students, teachers and PTO, and SEEC and community volunteers for organizing and participating in RFLE School's fourth annual STEM Extravaganza on Thursday, February 8, 2018.
Red Feather Lakes Community Library and SEEC are in the process of planning a cool Earth Day taht will be held in April. Look for more detailed information as we get closer to the date.
Eleven wonderful preschoolers at Red Feather Lakes Elementary School had a great time learning about the planets in Our Solar System. A big thank you to the kids and their teachers, Miss Sharon and Miss Kerry Ann, for inviting SEEC to your classroom. We all had a blast!
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is listed on Poudre School District Share It and offers free environmental and STEM programs to meet your students' needs. Outdoor learning at 8,400 feet in a montane forest setting is indeed Education with Altitude !
Many thanks to Mrs. Ferguson's and Mr. Warren's third-grade students for being such outstanding elementary geologists. You were all great with identifying igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, as well as explaining the rock cycle. Way to go!
October has been an outstanding month for SEEC's WILD ABOUT BATS programs - we've already completed three programs with a few more to go. The beautiful megabat in the photo on the left is Miss Camille, a Malayan Flying Fox bat.
It was inspiring to hear about the Cassini Project and view the spectacular Ring World DVD. Thank you to RFLC Library, SEEC and the NASA@MyLibrary grant for making this program possible. Well done!
Thank you for allowing our SEEC volunteers (Cindy, Jean and Judy) be part of your special college reunion gathering this year. We were honored to have facilitated a special hike for you all at SEEC and it was fun to find the different connections in nature.
Thank you Renee for presenting a wonderful program on pines. Your knowledge, expertise and passion for pines were contagious and appreciated by all. We are looking forward to your program on Noxious Weeds in 2018. Thank you again!