Dereck Joubert and his wife, Beverly, are the founders and owners of Great Plains Conservation. They are world-renowned filmmakers and conservationists who have worked in Africa's most remote and extraordinary wildlife strongholds for over 25 years. As five time Emmy-award winning filmmakers, their documentaries including Eye of the Leopard and Eternal Enemies have been watched by billions of people around the world. Further, their books and numerous magazine articles send news of Africa to international readers in over 150 countries. They are honored to be appointed as National Geographic Society “Explorers in Residence.” Their work and passions can be shared at: www.wildlifeconservationfilms.com. A collection of Beverly's photos is featured at ABC Home and available for sale online.