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Table S1. Abundance per hectare, corrected for detectability and averaged over all points for species in each zone of distance to the continental divide. Species are grouped by families and listed in taxonomic order based on the American Ornithologists’ Union checklist of North American birds (1998 and successive supplements)

Table S2. Rank of species on x-axis of Fig. 2. (from left to right)

Fig. S1. Analysis of sampling sufficiency, showing the proportion of detections representing new maxima for species over the five visits to census points and averaged for each elevational zone. Bars indicate the cumulative number of detections per zone over the five visits, averaged across elevational zones (with standard errors).

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