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Eyebroughy, with rocks in foreground

Eyebroughy (or archaically Ibris; NT493859) is an islet in the Firth of Forth, 200 m off East Lothian, Scotland. It is not far from Gullane and 3 miles (5 km) from North Berwick, and forms part of the parish of Dirleton [1].

It is an RSPB reserve, and is noted for its cormorants. The rock is basaltic and Lower Carboniferous in origin.

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Coordinates: 56°04′N 2°49′W / 56.067°N 2.817°W / 56.067; -2.817