White-tailed eagles, or sea eagles, are Europe’s largest bird of prey, with a wingspan of up to 2.5 metres. The Ravenspoint Café offers a great viewpoint over Loch Erisort, where they often patrol the shoreline. Find out more in our Sea Eagle Exhibition.
Otters are quite common in the Hebrides, and spend much of their time searching the sea lochs for fish and crustaceans. Here’s a video clip of them frolicking down by the shore at Ravenspoint.
The Outer Hebrides are a stronghold for several of Scotland’s most iconic predators, including both Golden and white-tailed eagles. The trail takes you on a journey linking 11 locations across the Outer Hebrides.