The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
Summarizing reports received by the reserve on formal bird-monitoring efforts during 2022.
The Webhannet marsh attracts a flock of white ibises. A flock of birders follows.
For the first time in 20+ years, our popular Woodcock Watches had to be canceled. Use these tips to experience the Sky Dance somewhere else this year.
A big predator proves to be patient as people pass it by.
A finch is rescued by Reserve staff and rehabilitated by Center for Wildlife!
The Maine Bird Atlas has begun. Anyone can take part and we have some tips to share.
To celebrate 2018's Year of the Bird, a new slideshow of beautiful and ingenious bird photos by the late Tony King plays in our Visitor Center all summer long
If I just tallied the birds at the feeder outside my kitchen window, I might come to believe that the only bird in Maine is a rather fat and feisty cardinal. But that's not science.
Piping plovers start four nests on Laudholm Beach in 2017, but only one is successful.
A walk in the woods and a chance encounter lead to a path of discovery.