SEEC and the RFLC Library would like to thank Roger Appeldorn for another fantastic program on stars, planets and the universe. Roger is not only a member of Northern Colorado Astronomical Society (NCAS), but he is also a wonderful friend to the RFL community.

Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is honored to have Fox Acres host a Parking Lot Sale to benefit SEEC on Saturday, July 22, 2017. The sale will be held in the south end of Fox Acres parking lot from 9 am to 3 pm. Thank you all for your support!

What a wonderful July 4th surprise seeing mama moose and her calf taking a stroll on SEEC land!

​Last summer a number of kids built next boxes for SEEC to use as part of the Larimer County bird project. This photo was taken 5 days ago showing a female Tree Swallow with her hatchlings inside the nest box Sophi and her grandmother built.

Josh Ayo will be facilitating a presentation on how to be safe with your furry friend while climbing Colorado's 14ers on Saturday, June 24 at 1 pm at Red Feather Lakes Community Library.

Red Feather Lakes Community Center and Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) are proud to announce a program facilitated by Dr. Emily Hardegree-Ullman on Astrobiology. Dr.

Join Sarah Flick and her colleagues from USFS and USGS for a special moonlight hike on SEEC land. Night hikes provide a uniquely different, novel eexperience over day hikes - fragrances are stronger, different animals are active and different plants are flowering.

Paramedic Bobby Hill presented a fabulous (and potentially life-saving) program for kids on What to do in Emergencies. Thank you so much. We are all looking forward to your follow-up program - What to do in Emergencies - Part 2 on July 28th. Thank you for keeping us safe!

The Wonders of Pines program was truly amazing. Special thanks to the Pinecone Lady​, Renee Galeano-Popp, for sharing her expertise and wonderful pine cone collection with the kids. It was an informative and magical morning.

Last summer, kids at Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) built a number of nest boxes for secondary cavity nest birds in the Red Feather Lakes area. Five of the boxes were installed this spring and they all have bird activity this month.