Catch up on the 60 Minutes interview discussing Dereck & Beverly Joubert's life, work and devotion to big cat conservation and film-making
Last Sunday on the CBS News 60 Minutes program, Lara Logan and her team profiled Dereck and Beverly Joubert, Great Plains Conservation's founders, Emmy award-winning wildlife filmmakers, and National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence, at their Great Plains Conservation camps in Botswana. Logan was in Africa to film the Jouberts’ important conservation work with Big Cats in the Duba Plains area.
This is your chance to watch this great short documentary profile. Put the kettle on, make your self a cup of tea or coffee and watch this insightful video. Click here or on the image below to view.
Dereck and Beverly Joubert founded The Big Cats Initiative with the National Geographic Society in 2009, an emergency fund to save big cats through the world. The enduring message from the Jouberts is: "Without big cats, African safaris and African ecosystems will be much poorer."
60 Minutes and the Jouberts were on a quest to film and follow the wildlife characters from their 2011 award-winning feature, "The Last Lions," released by National Geographic Entertainment. Great Plains Conservation transported the TV crew and South African correspondent Logan across swollen rivers at Duba Plains to the luxury of Zarafa Camp and Selinda Camp, and flew the film crew through storms while enduring the heat in the Okavango Delta.
60 Minutes is the longest standing network magazine and news program in the USA, with a loyal viewership of over 30 million weekly.
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