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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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Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, Mozambique.
Along the Mozambican Channel, opposite Vilankulo on the mainland, lie a chain of islands, some with fresh water lakes, home to many large crocodiles, on the tidal flats seabirds and flamingos.
The whole Bazaruto Archipelago is part of a conservation project and is a protected National Park, making it the only official marine reserve in the country. It attracts nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts, like scuba diving or snorkeling in the azure coloured waters around the many coral reefs.
For birding enthusiasts, more than 160 different birds have been identified in habitats varying from coastal dunes, open grasslands and numerous sandbanks along the unspoild sandy beaches.
The coral reefs are home to thousands of fish and coral and marine mammals species. The largest dugong population along the Eastern African coast can be found here, dolphin, hump back whales, whale sharks, manta and spotted eagle rays and different species of turtles.