Simple command to "watch" the webserver access log

I am often curious as to what bots are going on my site at any given moment. So much so that I devote one terminal tab to running this script. save the following as say and make it executable :-
watch "grep $1 /path/to/access.log | tail -15"
note: the number after tail can be adjusted depending on your terminal size... Run it on the server as :-
[user@server ~]# ./ Googlebot
[user@server ~]# ./ msnbot
[user@server ~]# ./ 
and so on.... UPDATE: Better alternative by willwill. Save as
watch "tail -f /path/to/access.log | grep $1"
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