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In a recent Instagram Story, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member showed the birds swimming in the stone-bordered body of water, which is draped with greenery and bright red flowers. She captioned the video: "So these little cuties are living at our house."
As it turns out, the flock seen in the clip wasn't the only group of birds paying the family home a visit. Later, Kyle found four more ducks stuck underneath their pool cover motor and quickly took action to rescue them. "We saved them," Kyle captioned a post before sharing videos of herself and her youngest daughter, Portia, holding the birds with gloved hands as they ran to place them in the pond. "It was a family effort."
It seems the birds quickly made themselves at home. In a separate video, Kyle showed some of the ducks in her pool, with one casually strolling alongside the pool deck next to her lounge chairs. It appears someone in the family even made a makeshift ramp for the ducklings to get out of the water. While the pond may be better suited for a family of birds, we can't say we blame them for trying to gain access to the luxe swimming area.
As seen in a recent Instagram Story posted by Kyle's daughter Alexia, the pool area is adorned with multiple outdoor fire pits, making a nighttime swim just as appealing as a day spent swimming in the sun.
In addition to the gorgeous water-filled areas, Kyle's backyard also boasts expansive grassy areas, making it the perfect place for Kyle to host one of her famous backyard parties.
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