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Tune in every Monday evening to catch the local Pipe Band practice their notes up and down the main thoroughfare, despite often challenging weather conditions. Whisky has managed to maintain its bragging rights as Scotland’s traditional national tipple despite attempts on its crown by the mighty Buckfast wine and the new kid on the tartan block, artisanal gin.The six webcams dotted around Bruichladdich Distillery on Islay (who also produce The Botanist Gin) will give you a different perspective on the whisky-making process, letting you keep an eye on the distilling, bottling and selling of their home-grown amber nectar, while perhaps enjoying a dram in the comfort of your own couch. Keen anglers flock from far and wide to the River Don, Aberdeenshire, to indulge in spot of fly-fishing set against some very impressive Scottish scenery.You can also follow the tracks from ospreys that have been satellite tagged as chicks.

Famous for its unmatchable golf and courses, St Andrews Links is widely regarded as the home of golf with the 15-century Old Course in its stable.Watch live footage from some of our favourite wildlife hotspots and track ospreys as they embark on their epic migration.We have wildlife webcams located on several of our reserves, bringing you live footage from our visitor centres at the click of a button.Scotland is well known for its Scotch whisky, St Andrews Golf Course and its tartan kilts.Inventions to come out of Scotland include the television, telephone, finger printing, the rules of golf, tyres and tarmac.

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