Announcements

SEEC is proud to be a recipient of an American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Shade Structure Program grant. SEEC will receive an $8,000 grant to build a shade structure on SEEC land, just west of the geology trail.

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is extremely grateful to Larimer County to have been selected as one of the twelve recipients of the Larimer County Small Partnership grant.

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is thrilled to have been selected for the 2016 AirWaterGas Sustainability Research Grant for our student/community citizen science project,  High Altitude Air Quality Monitoring: Collection and Analysis of Ozone Trends as Related to

Wild and Wonderful Weather was indeed wild and wonderful with Mrs. Lukkes' second grade students. They became weather detectives investigating important clues such as clouds, temperature, wind and precipitation.

A big thumbs up to all the volunteers, staff and students at Red Feather Lakes Elementary and Soaring Eagle Ecology Center for another fabulous STEM Extravanganza. You all are the best!

Female moose taking a leisurely fall walk on SEEC land. This is moose country!

This magnificent male moose is a cool night visitor on SEEC land. Notice his glowing eyes (reflecting light from the wildlife cam) and his palmate antlers. This is a cool Halloween photo!

This cool photo of two Colorado black bears was taken on SEEC land on Thursday, October 22nd around 5 pm. It seems they are still looking for food before they den for the winter. Their two inch long claws allow the black bears to easily climb the tall Ponderosa Pine trees.

SEEC is extremely grateful to all of our Make a Difference Day volunteers: Ann, Sandy, Bobbie, Julie, Stu, Jo J, Jo Y, Alex, Mike, Judy, (Reid and Myles who came later and not in photo) - you all are the BEST!

Could this wildlife photo be another mystery raptor? Double check the SEEC wildlife photo posted on October 17th. These 2 pictures are of the same raptor - a red tailed hawk. The red tailed hawk has an awesome wing span of five to five and a half feet.

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