TRENDING NOW: Frozen finch's life saved by man's breath

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Nelson Wilson, from Idaho, was feeding his horses when he found a little bird frozen to a rail.

He figures it got it's feet wet in the horses' drinking water and then landed on the metal rail, getting stuck there.

Since it's unable to fly away he's able to hold it still and thow out the finch's feet with his breath.

It flies away with a couple chirps.

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