2015 Award Winners

John Sharp Award for Dangerous Game:
Mauro Fabris – Lion – Selous, Tanzania

The Spiral Horned Antelope Award:
Cullen Kelly – Common Nyala – Mkuzi Game Reserve, South Africa

Robin Hurt Award for Non-Dangerous Game:
Jason Roussos – Giant Forest Hog – Ethiopia – New World Record

Ox of Okavango Award:
Roger Whittall for his contribution to wildlife conservation in the Save Valley Conservancy, Zimbabwe

The SELOUS Award:
Peter Flack was the 2016 Recipient
Christopher Kinsey is the 2017 Recipient

In collaboration with Dallas Safari Club, the A.P.H.A. has now recognized its second recipient. The A.P.H.A. annual Selous Award recognizes a hunter who has a deep-rooted passion for African hunting. This award has nothing to do with trophy sizes or numbers. Instead it is based solely on a hunter’s inherent desire to ethically hunt African game and his/her abiding love for African wildlife.

No one can recognize the true intentions of why a hunter is hunting our beloved continent better than the African PH’s themselves. That is why the winner of the A.P.H.A. Selous Award is decided by Africa’s top PH’s, the members of the A.P.H.A.

The award itself is an exceptionally stunning piece of art created by world-renowned artist, A.P.H.A. honorary member, and passionate African hunter – TD Kelsey.

For more information on this award contact the A.P.H.A. executive officer, Charles Williams, at executiveofficer@africanpha.org

Will be held on Monday, January 30th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Venue Palm G, 4pm- 6pm.

2017 APHA Annual General Meeting.
APHA will hold its APHA Annual General Meeting at The Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Venue Palm C, 6.00 pm – 7.00pm.

APHA will once again honor its members and leading conservationists. The evening will be held at The Irish Pub and will start at 7.30pm on Thursday 2nd February.

APHA welcomes qualified new Life Members. You may download a printable application*, complete it, and forward it to the Executive Officer.