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ece3976-sup-0001-FigS1.tiffTIFF image24KFigure S1. Total number of detections by species for the Puerto Rico and Hudson River Valley data sets.
ece3976-sup-0002-FigS2.tiffTIFF image45KFigure S2. Posterior mean estimates of species richness with 95% posterior credible intervals for the full community model and each of the three different classification approaches for the Puerto Rico (top) and Hudson River Valley (bottom) data sets at each site.
ece3976-sup-0003-FigS3.tiffTIFF image37KFigure S3. Individual species occurrence probabilities (posterior means with 95% credible intervals) in the four different habitat types (Agriculture, Forest, Urban, and Edge) of the study area in southwestern Puerto Rico for four important species (ANMA, Antillean mango, Anthracothorax dominicus; PRVI, Puerto Rican vireo, Vireo latimeri; PRSP, Puerto Rican spindalis, Spindalis portoricensis; and PUEB, Puerto Rican bullfinch, Loxigilla portoricensis).
ece3976-sup-0004-FigS4.tiffTIFF image22KFigure S4. Mean marginal occurrence probabilities for four priority conservation species (VESP, Vesper sparrow, Pooecetes gramineus; CERW, Cerulean warbler, Setophaga cerulean; BTBW, Black-throated blue warbler, Setophaga caerulescens; and SCTA, Scarlet tanager, Piranga olivacea) in relation to forest fragment area in the Hudson River Valley.
ece3976-sup-0005-FigS5.tiffTIFF image56KFigure S5. Posterior mean occurrence probabilities for four priority conservation species (Vesper sparrow, VESP: two detections at two sites; Cerulean warbler, CERW: seven detections at six sites; Black-throated blue warbler, BTBW: 20 detections at nine sites; and Scarlet tanager, SCTA: 141 detections at 56 sites) at individual sites in the Hudson River Valley study area.
ece3976-sup-0006-TableS1-S2_FigS1-S5.docxWord document228K

Table S1. Individual observed species and their group classifications (PR: H – Habitat, M – Microhabitat, D – Diet; Hudson River Valley: Nest location – N, Habitat – H, D – Diet, see Table 1) for both the Puerto Rico and Hudson River Valley data sets.

Table S2. Model performance for each group classification approach (italics and bold; PR: H – Habitat, M – Microhabitat, D – Diet; Hudson River Valley: Nest location – N, Habitat – H, D – Diet, see Table 1) and subgroup within each group classification approach calculated by computing the area under the curve of the receiver operating characteristic (AUC) for both the Puerto Rico and Hudson River Valley data sets.

ece3976-sup-0007-SupplementS2.docxWord document21KData S1. WinBUGS code and convergence assessment.

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