The small family attracted quite a lot of attention from passersby as they quacked along. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)

VIDEO: Ducks on the road? Waddle they do?

A mom and her five ducklings embark on a perilous journey to the Salmon Arm wharf

On the evening of Tuesday, May 7, a mother duck and her five ducklings were spotted waddling along Lakeshore Drive at Marine Park Drive, making their way towards the Salmon Arm wharf.

The approximately 400-metre journey drew the attention of drivers and pedestrians as the sure-footed – and not-so-sure-footed fowl walked to the boat launch area, where they safely found their way to the water.

Read more: Kelowna beavers and ducks share a meal

Read more: Dancing birds caught on camera


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