PAST A.P.H.A. AWARD WINNERS
Spiral horned award
Josh Perrot - East African Eland - Client Faysal El Khalil
Plains game Award
Dirk de Bod - Southern Impala
THE A.P.H.A HUNTER CONSERVATION AWARD
Dallas Safari Club
Dallas safari Club president Ben Carter, being congratulated by
Jason Roussos on winning the Hunter Conservation award
THE OX OF OKAVANGO AWARD
The Murulle Foundation (www.murulle.org)
Hunter conservation award
Won by Dallas safari club, A beautiful solid silver giraffe
modeled and cast by Mr. Patrick Mavros. Presented to the
hunter/conservationist or organization (NOT P.H. member) of the
A.P.H.A. who has CONTRIBUTED THE MOST TOWARDS THE CONSERVATION OF
AFRICAN WILDLIFE AND ITS ENVIRONMENT. The winner must have been
exemplary and supportive of the conservation and/or anti-poaching
efforts of the A.P.H.A. or an A.P.H.A. member over the past year.
Sean Buffe being presented with the big 6 award a custom made
Mackrill knife designed by Honorary member Jody Newell and life
member John Sharp.
Dirk de Bod winner on the plains game award, a custom made
Mackrill knife designed and sponsored by Honorary member Jody
Newell and life member John Sharp.
Honorary member Jonathan Howells accepts the spiraled horned
antelope award on behalf of Josh Perrot from Chris Kinsey. The
award is a specially made bronze by honorary member T.D Kelsey and
sponsored by honorary member Chris Kinsey.
Fred Manix addresses the floor on the important role hunters play
Fred Mannix presents the Ox of Okovango award to The Murulle
Foundation. This prize is sponsored by Honorary member Fred Mannix
and also comes with a $5000 donation to the winner's conservation
program of choice.
The members and guests raise their glasses to a toast to Mr. Herman
Allen Stuart. Herman loved hunting and Africa. Herman's son Allen
Stuart bought everyone a drink with his kind donation in his Dad's
name, in remembrance of his Dad and the love of African hunting.
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