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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, Amboseli, Masai Mara and Serengeti, the Caribbean and Indian Ocean coastal area's.
Many series of images showcast his sincere involvement with nature conservation, wildlife and livelihoods of people.
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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.
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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, Nature Conservation in South Africa.
Kruger is widely known to be one of the best game-watching destinations in the world. The park covers nearly 2 million hectares and is characterized by the combination of open grasslands, savannahs, riverine areas, mopane landscape, shrub- and woodlands and the mountains within the territory. It is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 145 mammal species from the famous "big five" to the lesser species as e.g. squirrel and mongoose. There are some 12.000 elephants, 5.000 rhinos (black and white), 2.500 buffalo and 1.500 lions. Other inhabitants are some more "big cats" like leopard and cheetah, and carnivores as wild dog, jackal and spotted hyaena. The park is home too to some remarkable and well know animals like giraffe, zebra, hippo, crocodile, kudu, wildebeest and well over 20 species of antelope.