Haggis Hunt season returns to scotsman.com

The rare Golden Haggis on the loose in the Highlands
The rare Golden Haggis on the loose in the Highlands
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Today is St Andrew’s Day, which means that scotsman.com’s wildly popular Haggis Hunt is up and running again.

Now in its eleventh year, the competition sees millions of intrepid hunters logging on from across the world to track down the elusive creatures.

The Hunt begins at 12 noon GMT, and this season we are kindly assisted by Mackie’s of Scotland, Fairmont St Andrews and The Scotsman Publications Ltd.

Our 2011/2012 Grand Prize is a one night luxury break at the Fairmont St Andrews and an invitation to the Mackie’s crisp factory.

To participate in Hunting the Haggis, you do not need to go out onto the hills, nor will you have to harm one of these rare creatures (haggishunt.com is totally environmentally friendly).

You can hunt the haggis from the comfort of your computer. Simply browse through our ten haggis-cams, which are located in various parts of our beautiful country (and also in New Delhi, for the benefit of the haggis diaspora).

Join the Haggis Hunt at haggishunt.com or just click the Haggis logo at the top right corner of any page on scotsman.com.

For daily tips on Haggis sightings, follow the Haggis Hunt on Twitter and Facebook.