BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — They waddled into the wrong neighborhood, is probably what this family of geese thought as they entered the southbound I-93 HOV Lane on Saturday. Because the baby geese were too young to fly, and the concrete barriers were a bit too high, the family found themselves in quite the bind.
Luckily, the Massachusetts State Police and Boston Animal Control were there to lend a hand to assist the birds, bringing them to a safe location.
"Like all good parents, they refused to abandon their young," the MSP wrote on Facebook.
Troopers David Oliveira and Andrew Phelan of the MSP's Tunnels Barracks and the Boston Animal Control guided the geese to safety without ruffling any feathers.
Written by Jay Willett (@JayWillettWBZ)