They are attracted to winter cereals in the autumn where they may cause some damage but are not regarded as a serious problem.
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In other cases children had arrived so bigger accommodation was required.
In addition, the Polish service men and women based in the area could not return to their homeland, and many settled in North Berwick.
And finally there is the Bass Rock; this is another former volcano, and is designated for its geological and ornithological interest.
Bass Rock supports one of the largest breeding seabird colonies in the Forth.
The second SSSI is the complex dune system that extends from the west of the town, to Gullane (Dirleton parish); this area is of botanical, ornithological and geological value.
The Forth Islands - Craigleith, Lamb and Fidra (in Dirleton), are an SSSI because of their seabird colonies.
Meantime, the needs of the local population are widely felt to have been ignored; few houses have been built for the first-time buyer, and the right-to-buy scheme combined with changes in public housing provision mean a long wait for the less affluent who wish to remain in their home town.
In 1945, the effects and shortages of war were still being felt.
Its long history as a fishing town and seaside resort changed considerably between 19: the fishing industry petered out, and the decline of the town as a holiday venue and the rise of the day visitor placed new pressures on North Berwick.