Family Of Geese Rescued From Brookline Condominium Rooftop

Photo: Animal Rescue League Of Boston

BROOKLINE (WBZNewsRadio) - A family of geese and their goslings are safe and sound after needing a rescue earlier this week from a rooftop in Brookline.

On Wednesday, the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) lent a helping hand to Brookline Animal Control to relocate the family of birds. They had built their nest on the top of a condominium building at 33 Pond Avenue. And while a roof appears to be a perfect home for the geese, the goslings cannot yet fly, making the high-rise a dangerous spot for the youngsters.

The family of birds was captured on the roof and placed into carriers before being transported to nearby Leverett Pond.

Since their release, the family is settling into their new surroundings and have begun to build a new nest.

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