The Eric Worrell Archive

ERIC WORRELL ARTICLES 1950s

1950

Worrell, Eric. (1950) Who’d be a dingo? The story of the Australian wild dog. Outdoors and Fishing, January: 294-95.

1951

Worrell, Eric (1951) Classification of Australian Boidae. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales for 1949-1950: 18-23

1952

Karliboodi (1952) Fish of the north: 406-407 Outdoors and Fishing

Worrell, Eric. (1952) Hold that tiger! Outdoors and Fishing, March: 334-36, 366

Our Northern Correspondent (1952) On Randall’s Ranch. Outdoors and Fishing, April: 402-405

Worrell, Eric. (1952) The case for the croc. Outdoors and Fishing, April: 423

Worrell, Eric. (1952) Don’t You Believe It! Outdoors and Fishing, May: 30-31.

Worrell, Eric (1952) Snakes of Australia No. 2 – Snake bite. Outdoors and Fishing, December: 320-22

Worrell, Eric (1952) The Australian crocodiles. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 1951-1952:18-23

Worrell, Eric (1952) Which is the taipan? WILD LIFE, June: 538-540

Worrell, Eric. (1952) Snakes of Australia. Outdoors and Fishing, August: 236-237.

Our Northern Correspondent (1952) Is the Northern territory a tourist’s paradise? Outdoors and Fishing, September: 304-07

Worrell, Eric (1952) Distribution of venomous snakes in Australia. WALKABOUT, September 1: 29-31

Worrell, Eric (1952) Our dangerous snakes. Snakes of Australia, part 3. Outdoors and Fishing, November: 38-39

Warrell, Crag. (1952) Snake men play with death. Man Junior, December: 46-51

Worrell, Eric. (1952) Do you know these snakes? Outdoors and Fishing, December: 116-117.

Karliboodi (1952) A race to the gulf in search of crocs. Outdoors and Fishing, December: 110-112

1953

Worrell, Eric and P. Raddock (1953) Man-eater in the making. WALKABOUT, 1 February: 46

Worrell, Eric (1953) Croc shooting - man's job. MAN, March: 50-51, 67

Our Northern Correspondent (1953) The buffalo industry in the Northern Territory. Outdoors and Fishing, June: 110-11, 132

Worrell, Eric (1953) We caught the taipan alive. Cavalcade, August: 12-15.

Worrell, Eric. (1953) Killer of the Queensland cane fields. Outdoors and Fishing, August: 226-229

Worrell, Eric (1953) Pythons in the gorge. Outdoors and Fishing, September: 300-302, 337

Worrell, Eric. (1953) Life with LIFE in Arnhem Land. Outdoors and Fishing, December: 516-519, 546, 548,

Worrell, Eric (1953) These snakes are dangerous. Wildlife and Outdoors, December: 545-548

1954

Anon. (1954) Qld’s Lake Eacham. Outdoors and Fishing, January: 590, 615

Worrell, Eric (1954) Australian pythons. WALKABOUT, February, 20(2): 32-33

Worrell, Eric (1954) An underwater conservatory for Cairns. WALKABOUT, February 20(2): 46

Worrell, Eric (1954) A new elapine snake from Queensland. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales for 1953-1954: 41-43

Our Undercover Man visits the Murray (1954) Outdoors and Fishing, August: 55

Worrell, Eric. (1954) Crocodile Man. Outdoors and Fishing, September: 38-41

Karliboodi (1954) I hunted with the blacks. Outdoors and Fishing, September: 18-21

Sap-Engro (1954) Cry Poacher. Outdoors and Fishing, November: 26-29, 60

Belvedere (1954) Museum of the outdoors. Outdoors and Fishing, November: 42-43

Our Undercover Man investigates the baby croc racket (1954) Outdoors and Fishing, November: 50, 76

1955

Our Undercover Man learns about poaching (1955) Outdoors and Fishing, January: 55

No author attribution (1955) A young giant in spiked shoes. Sporting Life, March: 22-23

Our Undercover Man goes to the dogs (1955) Outdoors and Fishing, March: 46

Our Undercover Man on D-Day (1955) Australian OUTDOORS, July:21

Worrell, Eric (1955+) Walkabout column. Outdoors and Fishing and Australian OUTDOORS, 1955-1960

Our Northern Correspondent (1955) With the buffalo hunters. Australian Outdoors, August: 17-19, 88

Worrell, Eric (1955) Picture of the month. Outdoors and Fishing, August: 20.

Our Western Correspondent (1955) Falconry Revived. Australian Outdoors, September: 22-25.

Our Undercover Man (1955) Confessions of a crocodile poacher. Australian Outdoors, October: 6-9

Worrell, Eric (1955) Don’t get snake bitten! Australian Outdoors, October: 22-25

Worrell, Eric (1955) Taipan hunt! Australian Outdoors, December: 6-9, 58, 60, 62

1956

Worrell, Eric (1956) Adventure on Mutton Bird Island. Australian Country, December: 74-75

Worrell, Eric (1956) Snake Safari. Modern Motor, January: 42-44, 70, 72

Worrell, Eric (1956+) Nature in the Mailbag column. Australian OUTDOORS, 1956-1957

Worrell, Eric (1956) Snake safari, continued. Modern Motor, February: 54-57, 76-77

Worrell, Eric (1956+) Don’t You Believe It. Australian Country, 1956-1957.

Worrell, Eric (1956) Sorry…My mistake! Australasian Aqualife, 1(7):

Worrell, Eric (1956) An eagle comes down to earth. Australian Outdoors, March, pp, 4-5, 70-71.

Worrell, Eric (1956) A new snake from Queensland. Australian Zoologist, 12 (3): 202-205

Worrell, Eric (1956) Notes on skull characters of some Australian snakes. Australian Zoologist, 12 (3): 205-210

Worrell, Eric (1956) A new water-monitor from northern Australia. Australian Zoologist, 12 (3): 201-202

1957

Worrell, Eric (1957) It’s a bad summer for snakes! Australian Country, January: 28-29.

Worrell, Eric (1957) Stop! Spare that goanna. Australian Country, February: 40

Sapengro, Eric (1957) Life behind the blare of sideshow alley. PEOPLE, April 17: 27-29

Worrell, Eric (1957) Great snakes …how big do they grow. Australian Country, July:34, 75

Worrell, Eric (1957) The island of snakes. PEOPLE, September 4: 27-32

1958

Worrell, Eric (1961) A new generic name for a nominal species of Denisonia. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW for the year 1958-59, 54-55

Worrell, Eric (1958) A new Papuan python. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales for 1956-1957: 26-27

Worrell, E. 1958 Great snakes alive! People [Sydney], 15 October: 17-19

1959

Worrell, Eric (1959) Snake yarns. People, April 29: 45-47.

Sapengro, Eric (1959) Buffalo hunting, It’s no game for softies. People, August: 27-30