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David and Janet Grundyson stand near their picture window. In the background, the tree stump they transformed into a giant feeding station. Houses and feeders built by David hold black oil seeds, suet, peanut butter and other bird treats. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

For the love of feathered friends

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When you live on a busy roadway you generally don't expect to have the best view of nature possible.

But fortune favors the bold.

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Tucked off Hubbard County Road 15, Janet and David Grundyson of Park Rapids are eyewitnesses to dozens nature's winged creatures and a few predators in waiting.

Janet recalls the recent morning when eight red cardinals were munching on seeds below her picture window.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
(218) 732-3364
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