Winter storms affected many of our trails. Please refer to the Trails page for closures and cautions.
The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
Water levels broke records twice in 4 days, largely due to wind-driven storm surge.
Low-lying coastal areas are altered when rain and snowmelt combine with tide and wind.
Education Director Suzanne Kahn reflects on her Linblad Expeditions-National Geographic Society expedition experience in the Western Pacific as a Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship Alumna.
Daytime hunting is normal for red foxes, but we don't often see it. An October visitor changed that for a few days.
He's just a fool in love [with a new amphibious species]
Summarizing reports received by the reserve on formal bird-monitoring efforts during 2022.
High sustained winds and very large waves, both aligning with high tide, created a perfect storm on December 23, 2022.
The Webhannet marsh attracts a flock of white ibises. A flock of birders follows.
Considering the much maligned mosquito.
The January 18, 2022, storm left its mark, but could have been worse.