C4 Global Communications
June 7, 2013
Caroline Graham, C4 Global Communications
Announcing Beverly Joubert's new
wildlife photography website

The award–winning Botswanan wildlife fillmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert announce two new websites. New film footage, publishing and photography showcase their extraordinary lives in Africa. The Jouberts work tirelessly to save the planet, founding Great Plains Conservation and the Big Cats Initiative.

The Jouberts, National Geographic Explorers–in–Residence, were recently profiled on CBS 60 Minutes as “Lion Kings.” Please check out the websites below and go on www.causeanuproar.org



Great Plains Conservation

About Great Plains Conservation
Great Plains Conservation saves wild tracts of land and endangered species, and generates much needed revenue for local communities, helping them care for their natural and wildlife resources. It specializes in enhancing habitats as well as creating premier class safari experiences for guests who want to understand Africa a little better, experience it at a more meaningful level and be exposed to experts in the field. Great Plains Conservation’s projects in Botswana and Kenya focus on providing guests with an exclusive experience through a strong commitment to a low environmental impact, high value safari that is environmentally and financially sustainable to the benefit of communities and conservation. Our efforts at Great Plains Conservation continue to be recognized by leading travel publications and organizations: Great Plains Conservation is a recipient of the World Responsible Tourism Award and featured in leading publications such at Condé Nast Traveler, Town & Country, Robb Report and Travel + Leisure.

Wildlife Films
 Great Plains Conservation
 The Last Lions
 Follow the Jouberts @dereckbeverly

For more information, contact: Caroline Graham, C4 Global Communications
caroline@c4global.com | +1 310.899.2727 | www.c4global.com