Ashton under Hill Gallery - Wildlife
Thirsty snail! Picture by Jeremy King
Click on the image for the fascinating story of a Death's Head Hawk Moth Caterpillar, a very rare visitor to Ashton, compiled by Roger Umpelby
Swallows in their nest; pictures by Jeremy King
A Sparrow Hawk in Ashton - November 2014. Pictures by Jeremy King
Death's head hawkmoth caterpillar. These are very rare in the wild and are probably the biggest UK caterpillar; only a few are found each year.
Pictures by Roger Umpelby
An escaped parrot in Ashton under Hill - no, not an April Fool joke!
Nuthatches in residence March 2014; pictures by Jeremy King
LongTails and Redpoll January 2013; Long-eared Bat July 2013; Nuthatch November 2013; Jeremy King
Elephant Hawk Moth; Robin; Pictures by Jeremy King
What Am I?!; Young grass snake; pictures by Roger Umpelby
Click on the picture for a fascinating illustrated account of 21 species of butterfly
recorded on Bredon Hill on Friday 7 August 2009; Roger Umpelby