The Eric Worrell Archive

ERIC WORRELL ARTICLES 1940s

1944

Worrell, E. (1944) Is the war influencing our wild life? WILD LIFE, 6(9):263-264

Worrell, E.F.A (1944/45?) Poetry: ‘On going tropo’, ‘Forget in the C.C.C’ and ‘A woman hater’s paradise’. Publication unknown, but probably a Civil Construction Corps publication.

Worrell, E. (1944) Which is the frillneck? WILD LIFE, December: 359-360.

1945

Worrell, E. (1945) Trapping dragon lizards. WALKABOUT, January 1945: 16

Worrell, E. (1945) Freshwater crocodile in captivity. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1944-45: 30-32

Worrell, E. (1945) The orange-naped whipsnake. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1944-45: 32-33

Worrell, E. (1945) Crocodiles on the Edith. WILD LIFE, April: 100-102

Worrel, [sic], E. in collaboration with A J Mathews, (1945) The crocodile hunters. WALKABOUT, December 1945: 13-15

1946

Worrell, E. (1946) A strange tortoise. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1945-46: 29-31

Worrell, E. (1946) The northern river snake. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1945-46: 32

Worrell, E. (1946) Snake catching in the Northern Territory. WALKABOUT, April 1946: 37-38

Worrell, E. J [sic] and Matthews, J. (1946) Johnston’s crocodile. WILD LIFE, September: 305-306

Worrell, E. (1946) The wet comes to Darwin. WILD LIFE, November: 401-404.

1947

Worrell, E. (1946) A new sanctuary. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1946-47: 33-36

Worrell, E. (1946) Emotion in reptiles. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, 1946-47: 31-32

Worrell, Eric (1947) Most snakes are harmless. WILD LIFE, November: 410-412

Worrell, E. (1947) On tiger snakes. WALKABOUT, December 1947: 12-13a

1948

Worrell, Eric (1948) Python, Outdoors and Fishing, April: 104, 147, 149

Worrell, Eric (1948) Snake bite need not be fatal, Outdoors and Fishing, 1948, May: 186-187

Worrell, Eric (1948) Snakes Alive! Advertisement. Outdoors and Fishing, June:

Worrell, Eric (1948) Talking of crocodiles Outdoors and Fishing, June: 283-285, 304

Karliboodi (1948) Buffalo Hunters Must be tough, Outdoors and Fishing, July: 348-349, 373

Worrell, Eric (1948) King Tide, Outdoors and Fishing, July: 356-357

Worrell, Eric (1948) Snake catching, a lively occupation. Outdoors and Fishing, August: 422-24

Karliboodi (1948) Murder by Magic, Outdoors and Fishing, 1948, August: 415, 440

Karliboodi (1948) Learn from the Blackfellow, Outdoors and Fishing, September: 40-41

Karliboodi, (1948) Art and the Aborigine, Outdoors and Fishing, 1948, October: 98-99

Worrell, Eric (1948) You can have fun with a ferret. Outdoors and Fishing, October: 90-91.

Worrell, Eric (1948) Song of the snake, Outdoors and Fishing, December: 236-37

1949

Belvedere (1949) Be Your Own Taxidermist, Outdoors and Fishing, February: .386-387

Worrell, Eric (1949) Know Them by their tracks, Outdoors and Fishing, February: 361-363

Worrell, Eric (1949) We Brought them Back Alive, Part One, Outdoors and Fishing, April: 98-101, 123

Belvedere (1949) Eagles are pests sometimes, Outdoors and Fishing, May: 172-73

Worrell, Eric (1949) We Brought them Back Alive, Part Two, Outdoors and Fishing, May: 157-160

Karliboodi (1949) Have your fish and eat it. Outdoors and Fishing, May: 174-76.

Worrell, Eric (1949) Diving dragons: Hunting water lizards can be an arduous pursuit. WILD LIFE, August: 345-347.

Worrell, Eric (1949) He walks by night and upside down! WILD LIFE, October: 441-442