The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
This common and casual shrub is called serviceberry, wild currant, shadbush, and sometimes So-Delicious-It’s-Sinful-Berry.
With the practiced eye of a marine scientist, a post-career volunteer finds an uncommon copepod in a Wells Harbor plankton sample.
A load of snow, powerful winds, storm surge, and frigid air kick off 2018.
The Wells Reserve has lines and a cart of a different sort on Black Friday
Leaf peeping isn't only about looking up. See the stories at your feet.
Dismal weather did not dampen spirits at the 15th annual Punkinfiddle Family Festival and National Estuaries Day celebration!
The thirtieth annual Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival was a record-breaker and an art-filled, volunteer-fueled celebration.
This low-growing perennial tolerates a range of conditions and provides nectar from late summer through early fall.
Getting hundreds of cars parked in an hour is no small feat. Our volunteers were up to the task on a record-breaking Saturday.
Piping plovers start four nests on Laudholm Beach in 2017, but only one is successful.