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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
SEEC hosted a Make a Difference Day project - Sprucing Up Soaring Eagle Ecology Center - this past Sunday, October 23rd. Seven dedicated volunteers raked, leveled and cleared areas by the outdoor classroom and learning circle, as well as moved slash on SEEC land.
Two SEEC volunteers were thrilled to atend an advanced Project Wild workshop on BATS on Saturday, October 22, 2016. Did you know there are close to 1,400 bat species in the world and our amazing state of Colorado has 18 different species.
Due to a medical emergency. this fun golfing event to benefit Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) has been postponed until September 2017. Hope to see you then at beautiful Fox Acres Golf Course!
Kate Wilkins had to cancel her program, How the Introduction of American Bison to Soapstone Has Affected the Ecosystem, on August 13th due to an unexpected scheduling conflict. Kate plans to reschedule her program sometime in September or October.
WOW! Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) and the Red Feather Lakes Community Library would like to thank Dr. Greg Florant for yesterday's wonderful program on Marmots. There was a great community turnout to hear Dr.
A big thank you to guide Sarah Flick and her colleagues from the USFS and USGS for leading adults and children on a fantastic evening biodiversity hike. We all had a great time and would love to make this hike an annual event. Thank you so much!
The great education outreach team from the city of Fort Collins Water did it again with another famtastic program - thank you Alicia and Hallie. Macroinvertebrate Mayhem was fun and informative.
A big thank you to Adam Jaramillo for sharing important information about tracking with the kids at SEEC. Thank you as well for being a Search and Rescue volunteer. SEEC looks forward to seeing you again in July at your Orienteering program.
Many thanks to Ash Heim for her fabulous program on Marmots and Other Hibernating Mammals. The program was hands-on and informative - who knew learning about mammals and ground squirrels could be so much fun!
A big thumbs up to Jeanne and Mike Corbin with the Poudre Wilderness Volunteers for leading an informative, fun program on How to Love the Wilderness, Be Safe and Leave No Trace. The kids loved it while learning life-saving skills, respecting nature and staying safe!