Ninety-two ducks were dumped in New Jersey and are now in need of a home, according to officials.
The ducks were rescued by New Jersey State and Wildlife officials Friday after being dumped near the Mill Creek Mall Secaucus on Friday.
They were temporarily relocated to The Barnyard Sanctuary in Columbia, New Jersey, an organization that rescues pet farm animals.
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Tamala Lester, the sanctuary’s managing director said they're young Khali Campbell ducks, a domesticated breed that does not fly. The group is now looking for help to care for the ducks, and hopes they can go to a good home.
Officials are looking for information about who dumped the ducks.