Suffolk County police rescued seven ducklings from a storm drain in North Bellport on Monday. Credit: Newsday/James Carbone

Members of the elite Suffolk County police Emergency Services Unit were called Monday morning for a rescue: plucking seven misplaced baby ducklings from a storm drain in North Bellport.

The 911 call reporting the situation was made by what police said was “an anonymous complainant” at 11:47 a.m.

Seven ducklings in a pail after being rescued by Nassau...

Seven ducklings in a pail after being rescued by Nassau police officers on Wisteria Court in North Belllport after they fell in a storm drain around 11:45 a.m. on Monday. Credit: James Carbone

It was unclear how many officers were involved in the actual corralling and rescue of the ducklings at the drain on Wisteria Circle but it was accomplished in a matter of minutes, police said.

The ducklings were then reunited with their mother at a nearby pond.

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