Secret Service Reunites Ducklings With Mother At The White House

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Visitors outside the White House got a special treat Wednesday, when uniformed Secret Service Agents assisted ducklings trying to get on the White House lawn.  Some of the duckling weren’t strong enough to jump onto a concrete ledge, so agents brought over a makeshift ramp for the ducklings to walk up to the lawn, but some of the ducklings wouldn’t use the ramp.

That’s when the agents got on their hands and knees to round up the ducklings and placed them on the lawn, to rejoin their mother and siblings.

The Secret Service Thursday said all of the ducks had moved to the North Lawn fountain, at the White House.