Sometimes you might actually find something good in the news sites, here's just one of the stories.
When a deer became stranded in the middle of an iced-over Canadian harbor, officers from Nova Scotia's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) came to the rescue, though it was no easy feat. The ice covering Antigonish Harbour was too thin to for a DNR team to risk walking across. Instead, helicopter pilot Dave Farrell devised a clever way to rescue the deer by using the aircraft's rotors the literally blow the deer to safety.
Helicopter rescue of DEER from frozen lake too dangerous to walk on
Helicopter BLOWS deer to safety after it gets stranded on treacherous ice in frozen Canadian harbour
Published on Feb 27, 2013
Helicopter Rescues Deer Stranded On Ice By Blowing Animal To Safety (VIDEO)
The Huffington Post | By Sara Gates
Posted: 02/28/2013 1:56 pm EST