The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
Come take a walk on the Saw-whet Owl Trail to experience the Reserve's newest story walk!
Reporting on 12+ years of larval fish research in the Gulf of Maine at the 45th Larval Fish Conference.
Assisting with a Maine environmental summer camp was the perfect fit for a landlocked Tennessean with a desire to explore the shore and learn along with kids.
Bridges and culverts located along coastal roads are increasingly vulnerable to sea level rise and coastal flooding. Two interns collected data on vulnerable crossing structures to help ensure the sustainability of coastal habitat and communities.
Wells Reserve researchers, past and present, are well represented at the 2022 Benthic Ecology Meeting.
A new story walk was installed on the Saw-whet Owl Trail just in time for spring!
A new story walk is installed on the Saw-whet Owl Trail for the winter season!
A new story walk is installed on the Saw-whet Owl Trail for the autumn season!
Nine Portland High students fill a week of summer camp with outdoor discovery at the Wells Reserve.
Read stories geared towards children while walking on the Saw-whet Owl and Barrier Beach trails this summer!