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
Thank you to all who have made SEEC's Family Fundraiser at Fox Acres such a success. The Parking Lot Sale broke all records, along with golfing and non-golfing events.
WOW! Former astronaut, Dottie Metcalf Lindenburger, gave an inspirational talk about her journey to become a female astronaut. Dottie grew up on the Front Range and, as a child, dreamed of becoming an astronaut. She even made a model of the Discovery that she hung in her room.
Many thanks to paramedic Bobby Hill for his excellent kids' program on What to do in Emergencies. The photo shows the kids sitting around a simulated campfire with Bobby talking with the kids about campfire safety and what to do for burns.
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) was thrilled to have the amazing dogs of LC Search and Rescue (Saker, Trouble and Kibo) and their handlers, Denise and Allison, lead a program for SEEC.
What a great program for kids! Many thanks to Cindy Henk and Jean Carpenter for making stream health and macroinvertebrates fun and informative.
A big thank you to Cindy and Judy for a terrific Discovery Hike, followed by a Mammal Skins and Skulls Lab, and a special viewing of each of the kids tiny treasures.
What a special treat having Jill Reynolds and her terrific dog Skid start today's program. Skid looked sharp as he showed off his air scent skills in finding one of the kids pretending to be a lost hiker.
Jill and Skid have been sidelined for awhile due to medical emergencies, but they are definitely on the road to recovery. They will be joining the wildlife management team of Brock and Cash for a special program on Monday, July 24, 2017, starting at 10:30 am on SEEC land.
Thank you to all the campers and camp guides for including SEEC in your Adventure Camp at the Chapel this year. I had a blast facilitating programs on electricity, thunderstorms and bats. You all were warm, welcoming and inspirational.
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.