Multi award winning and leading Loch Ness Monster researcher, Mikko Takala, presents his ultimate award winning Loch Ness livecams with many more innovations coming soon. Here you can watch for Nessie, the famous monster in Scotland's beautiful loch. In the site you'll find facts, figures and fun about the loch. Our grateful thanks to the many hundreds of thousands of you who have emailed us with generous messages of praise and support for this webcam. It's what makes it all worthwhile and we look forward to developing our service and providing an ever improving and officially original Loch Ness Live Cam!!! Laugh? You'll wet yourself! Updated!Loch Ness Monster Tai Chi with Nessie & the sheep!!!        Government Admits Nessie Does EXIST!!!

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Nessie spotted on this webcam!!!
Nessie spotted on this camera!!!
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                      Aliens abduct Nessie!

Nessie Abducted by aliens and rainbows and Urquhart Castle
"I still cannot believe I can look at something "live" halfway round the world on my computer. I love your website and visit it often. Who knows? I may see Nessie yet!" (Myra Inouyen, Hawaii).

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Live Image - watch closely for a few minutes. The patchy sheep is called Sheba, the plain one is called Mavis!
If you have problems seeing the image please try our non-Java page - Scroll down to see new Castle CAM

Thanks to StarDot Technologies for the top camera

The castle cam is undergoing replacement and will be online very soon.

Refresh: 3 seconds. Image refresh on this page will reflect current network conditions. Online 24 hours. Visible Dawn - Dusk (currently 06.30 - 20.45 CET) Naturally during night hours the image is black but you may see UFO lights as the area is also world famous for extra-terrestial visits!
Position: 1st motorised HD zoom cam in new installation
Underwater camera online soon

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White Witch fights to save Nessie from capture...

Updated!The beautiful Scottish Highlands are under grave threat from thousands of new and terrible mega-pylons. Health and environment may be savaged. Please read this page and sign Pylon Pressure's e-petition.

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The web camera is located at a vantage point overlooking Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.

Some of Loch Ness' many faces

The Loch Ness Investigation Bureau (LNIB) were active during the 1960ís and early 1970ís (weird beards were in fashion back then!) and a large team of dedicated individuals kept a more or less constant vigil over the loch. Many photographs were taken of strange anomalies in the water and some of t