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.
Webcam of perhaps Scotland's most famous, and certainly most photographed castle. The castle was featured in the movie Highlander in 1984 along with another famous Scot.
WE'VE all heard the saying "Big Brother is watching you" but now you can reverse those roles.
Having borne witness to the brutal 1919 Bloody Friday riots, hosted Nelson Mandela in 1993 and as the site of the Independence Referendum celebrations and commiserations in 2014, the Square has always been a hub of political activity.Today these events can be viewed in real time online, and if it’s a harmonious day in the Dear Green Place, why not indulge in a spot of pigeon watching? articleid=18563 When the weather permits, enjoy clear views over the breathtaking Nevis Mountain Range with the high-definition camera that is permanently positioned on Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK.Enjoying views of neighbouring mountains, Aonach Moor and Carn Mhor Dearg, use the webcam to gauge the weather for skiing, hiking or mountain biking on the range or just enjoy the glorious sight of the peaks in their seasonal glory.Scotland is certainly bonnie but with it comes the famously mercurial weather that can call a halt to even the best laid plans, so stay some steps ahead while appreciating the varied (and sometimes wild) landscape with Traffic Scotland’s eyes in the sky.https://trafficscotland.org/livetrafficcameras/ The Bass Rock, a volcanic protrusion in the Firth of Forth, is host to a gaggle of gannets thought to be around 150,000 who take up on the island from January to October every year, before flying south to Africa.