May 24 (UPI) -- A mother goose led her newborn goslings to an Illinois harbor after they were born on the roof of a nearby hospital for the third straight year.
Chicago's Weiss Hospital shared video of the annual routine known as the Weiss Waddle which has the geese travel from their nest at the top floor of the hospital's parking garage to nearby Montrose Harbor.
"The family of geese raised on Weiss' rooftop farm are finally ready to leave their nest," the hospital wrote.
The mother goose, known by hospital staff as "Weezie," appeared in the parking garage in April for the third year in a row to lay her eggs before leading the goslings on the journey.
Weezie and her six goslings methodically waddled down the ramps of the six story parking garage before hopping in their new home in Lake Michigan.
The family enjoyed a nice swim along the water as hospital staff await Weezie's return next year.