The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
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.
Clethra alnifolia is easy to grow, beautiful all season, tough, and a big attractor of pollinators. Plant it in your garden to help our native bees.
Green crabs appear to have the potential to maintain their populations and continue spreading as an invasive species, even as southern Maine's coastal waters become warmer and more acidic.
Stormwater runoff from roads and other developed areas may be an important source of bacterial contamination in the Kennebunk River.
Eastern red columbine is a great plant for the natural shade garden. Hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and moths savor the nectar, and you can add its blossoms to your salad.
A walk in the woods and a chance encounter lead to a path of discovery.
We got lots of help over 10 weeks of fyke netting in the York River and added 3,759 fish records to our database. The results will be included in a report to the York River Wild and Scenic Committee.