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Animal Rescue League Saves Ducklings around Boston

A duckling swims in the water of a garden in Sieversdorf, eastern Germany on May 14, 2014. The fourteen ducklings are ten days old and explore the area. AFP PHOTO / DPA / PATRICK PLEUL +++GERMANY OUT+++PATRICK PLEUL/AFP/Getty Images
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The Animal Rescue League had a pretty busy Friday, saving several ducks and ducklings around Boston.

According to CBS Boston, one group of ducklings was rescued with their mother off a roof deck on Beacon Street, while a second group that had hatched above Restoration Hardware on Berkeley Street also needed a helping hand.

The ducks and ducklings were all re-located to the pond at the Public Garden, so if you feel like it this weekend, you can go keep an eye on our wandering feathered friends.

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Another orphaned duckling was rescued from a drain and taken to Tufts Animal Hospital.

Here is a ridiculously cute video of the ARL releasing a mom and her duckling:

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