Officers at Sutton Coldfield Police Station were called out at 7am to help mallard Matilda and her six ducklings who were stranded outside a pub in the West Midlands town.
Two officers were dispatched to the Bottle of Sack pub after the manager became concerned that the family of ducks were risking their lives crossing a busy road to reach a nearby brook.
野鸭家族是想走到附近的小溪去，Bottle of Sack 酒吧的经理担心它们穿过忙碌的马路太危险，随即两位警察被派往该酒馆。
Caroline Wrenn, who runs the Wetherspoons pub, said the mallard moved into the pub garden five months ago and has already raised one family of ducklings there without a problem.
But when she watched the latest brood try their luck at crossing the road, she decided it was time to call the police.
Barmaid Kirsten Jeffs said: 'Locals really look after her and enjoy watching her waddle around the beer garden.'
Matilda is becoming used to have uniformed help when she needs to move her family around.
In May, rangers from nearby Sutton Park helped her first to reach water safely.
A park spokesman said ：'We took them to the nearest running water stream and let them go. It had a happy ending.'