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Updated: 02/23/2014 12:16:52PM

Englewood East couple bond with birding

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PHOTO PROVIDED DAN AND JOAN EMLIN

These male and female cardinals seem to share a seed together or are especially affectionate toward one another. This and many other photographs reflect the love for birding and nature photography that Englewood East residents Dan and Joan Emlin share.

PHOTO PROVIDED DAN AND JOAN EMLIN

Englewood East residents Dan and Joan Emlin share a love for birds and wildlife photography. The couple photographed these roseate spoonbills at Amberjack Environmental Park in Rotonda West.

PHOTO PROVIDED DAN AND JOAN EMLIN

Englewood East residents Dan and Joan Emlin love to photograph birds, like these Florida scrub jays in their backyard.

PHOTO PROVIDED DAN AND JOAN EMLIN
While Dan and Joan Emlin discovered their mutual love of birding and photographing bird species after they moved to Englewood East, that didn't stop them from photographing this gaze of raccoons that showed up in their yard one day.

SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLY, reilly@sun-herald.com

Englewood East couple Joan and Dan Emlin discovered a mutual love for birding and wildlife photography since moving to Florida four years ago.

By STEVE REILLY

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ENGLEWOOD — Dan and Joan Emlin have gone to the birds — and they’re loving it.

Originally from upstate New York, the Emlins moved to Englewood East four years ago, where the couple discovered they had a mutual love for birding and wildlife photography.

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