Fred Hoogervorst, Professional Nature- Environment and Travel Photographer, based in Gouda, the Netherlands.
The subjects focussed on, chosen either by personal initiative or by assignments, include tropical rainforests, African wildlife, coastal environments, Sahel desert and also remarkable area's like Island, Borneo, French Guiana, Seychelles, Uganda, Indonesia, Antarctica and more. Based in Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania, Bangladesh and Trinidad&Tobago in earlier years yielded in a wide range of Images from Sundarbans, Kruger N.P., Amboseli N.P., Maasai Mara N.R. and Serengeti N.P., the Caribbean and Indian Ocean Coastal Environments.
Many series of Images showcast his sincere Involvement with Nature Conservation, Wildlife and Livelihoods of People.
Visit also his GALLERY-WEBSITE: www.fredhoogervorst-photographer.com with SCREEN-SIZED PICTURES.
His photographic work is exhibited in a large number of museums and published widely in books, magazines, reports, newspapers, calendars and is in use on many websites.
Contact Fred with questions regarding Use, Reproduction or Purchase of any of the Pictures, by E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, by Phone: +31 (0) 6 271 831 42
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Underwater Photographer Willem Kolvoort, www.kolvoortonderwaterfoto.nl
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Amboseli lies in Kenya, north west of Mt. Kilimanjaro, East Africa, on the border with Tanzania. The Park covers 390.26 sq. km. Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, like the African Elephants, estimated at approximately 1500, making Amboseli an important conservation area. The future of Amboseli Elephants is based on sound knowledge and awareness; elephant research, conservation, training and community outreach work can only be ensured through generous donations from concerned persons around the world.
Information: http://www.elephanttrust.org and www.kws.go.ke