2013 Season Events & Courses are in!
June 1: Children's Free Fishing Fest at West Lake (8:30 - 1 pm). Need to register your child or
grandchild by May 28 for free fishing pole.
June 3: Geocaching Hike led by Rosemary Davenport and Alice Schiel. Meet at RFL Library at 10 am.
Great for children, teens and families. Call SEEC ay 970-218-9685 for more information/
June 4: Exploring Nature's Hidden Treasures with Cindy Henk. Cindy will be using awesome hand-held
technology (Proscope). Meet at SEEC land near RFLE School at 10 am. Will be traveling to
RFL Library around 11 am to view projections of flora and microorganisms. Great for children,
teens and families. Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 for info/registration.
June 5: Join SEEC volunteer and library staff member, Darlene Kilpatrick, on a Discovery Hike on
SEEC land. Meet at SEEC outdoor classroom (near RFLE School) at 10 am (10 - 12 noon).
Great for children, teens and families. Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 for info/registration.
June 6: Come and enjoy Natural Sounds with researchers from National Park Service at SEEC land
near RFLE School at 10 am (10 - 12 noon). Great for everyone! Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 for
June 24: Watershed Mysteries and Adventures led by award-winning team of Marcee and Jean. Meet
at SEEC land by RFLE School at 10 am (10 - 12 noon). Great for children and teens. Call SEEC
at 970-218-9685 for info/registration.
June 25: More Watershed Adventures and Mysteries (different adventures each morning) led by Marcee
and Jean. Meet at SEEC land at 10 am (10 - 12 noon). Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 for info/
registration. Great for children and teens.
June 26: Third morning of fabulous Watershed Adventures from 10 am to 12 noon. Meet at SEEC outdoor
classroom near RFLE School. Fun learning about forests and Poudre Watershed for kids and teens.
Call SEEC at 970-218-9685 for info/registration.
June 29: Join Dr. Barbara John at the RFL Community Library for a fantastic presentation focused on
Exploring Submarine Geology. Dr. John, a geology professor at University of Wyoming, will
begin her presentation and discussion at 4 pm (4 - 5:30 pm). All ages are welcome! Registration
recommended but not required. Call RFL Library to reserve your spot at 881-2664.
July 20: Join Dr. Matt Rogers at RFL Library from 1:30 - 3 pm for his Fire Weather presentation. Dr. Rogers is
a research scientist with CIRA/CSU. General audiences will enjoy his presentation. Registration is
recommended but not required. Call RFL Library at 881-2664 to reserve your spot.
July 27: Nat Warning, a graduate student from University of Northern Colorado, has been researching
rock wrens. Nat will be presenting Mystery of the Stone Patios at RFL Library from 2 - 3 pm.
Fun presentation for all ages! Registration is recommended but not required. Call RFL Library
at 881-2664 for more info.
** Erica Goad, a graduate student who focused her research on information and data from wildlife
cams she positioned throughout RFL, Livermore and surrounding areas, will be presenting her
findings this summer. Once her presentation date is confirmed, SEEC will post date, time and
location on website, www.seecatrfl.org. Can also call SEEC at 970-218-9685.
August 3: SAVE THIS DATE! Fun event for ALL AGES held at Soaring Eagle Ecology Center and Red Feather
Lakes Elementary School.
* CSU Little Shop of Physics with hands-on fun, learning activities for children, teens, families and
* Astronomy Presentation, Constellation and Night Telescope Viewing.
Once times have been finalized, will post of SEEC website at www.seecatrfl.org or call SEEC
Soaring Eagle Ecology Center (SEEC) is a all volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to offering free, quality environmental programs for learners of all ages. SEEC is located on approximately 20 acres of land adjacent to Red Feather Lakes Elementary School and works in close cooperation with the school. It is SEEC’s hope that our environmental education nonprofit will add value to the Red Feather Lakes area, RFLE School, as well as Poudre School District.
SEEC has had a fantastic start to 2012. We were selected for the 2012 Larimer County Open Lands Small Grants for Community Partnerships to construct a universally-accessible, outdoor classroom. With the help of the grant award and matching funds from Red Feather Historical Society and Chapel in the Pines, SEEC’s universally-accessible classroom will be ready this June! SEEC has no paid employees, and without the support of volunteers, local organizations and donations, SEEC would not exist. THANK YOU ALL!
SEEC is currently raising money and accepting donations not only for program materials, but also to build ranch-style entrance posts and signage for SEEC property (people keep wondering where SEEC is located). If you would like to volunteer or send a tax-deductible donation, please contact SEEC by email at email@example.com, by phone at 970-218-9685, or by mail at PO Box 410, RFL, CO. 80545.