A Duck Family Reaches the River with Help from a Police Escort

A duck family received special treatment from the police as they were escorted by police officers to safety. Members of the Saskatoon police service bike unite helped the ducks navigate downtown so they can safely reach the South Saskatchewan River. The adorable moment was caught on video. This time of the year, many duck families find themselves in dangers as they are trying to find their ways around cities and small towns. After they hatch, ducklings need to be taken near a river, which can sometimes be far away from where mom set her nest. These ducklings were lucky to have humans on their side.

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