Rene Stroud, Naturalist
Rene Stroud received a Bachelor of Animal Ecology from Iowa State University. Rene has a wide variety of prior experience including providing environmental education to the citizens of Sac County, Iowa from 2005-2014. Some of her other experiences include banding birds in Texas, providing environmental education at Custer State Park, and interning at Neil Smith Wildlife Refuge.
Rene and her husband, Marty spend their time watching their daughter, June grow and rediscovering the joys of the outdoors together.
Posted on 10/2/2020
by Rene Stroud, Naturalist
and Kate Simmons, Community Relations Coordinator
Take a virtual field trip & explore biodiversity in the Loess Hills with Pottawattamie Conservation.
Take a few minutes to explore Hitchcock Nature Center with help from our Environmental Education staff. Practice your observational skills & learn more about the ways that biodiversity protects our native habitats.
September 2020 HawkWatch Report
by Earl Johnson, Hawk Counter Previous Blog
Blackbird Marsh Experiences Fish Kill