The island of Ailsa Craig lies 10 miles off the coast of South Ayrshire at the mouth of the Firth of Clyde. The name Ailsa Craig is thought to come from Gaelic words meaning "Fairy Rock." The island has precipitous cliffs on all sides except the east and these house large breeding colonies of gannets and other seabirds. Rock from the island has been used to make curling stones (used in the Celtic sport, and hence known as "Ailsas") as well as paving stones.
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