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Appendix S1. Definition of the states

Appendix S2. Description of how the multistate capture-recapture model is fitted

Appendix S3. Meaning of the model fragments that were used to analyse the capture–recapture data, and modelling results

Table S1. Notation and meaning of the six structures used for modelling apparent survival (Φ)

Table S2. Notation and meaning of the six structures used for modelling dispersal within study areas (d)

Table S3. Notation and meaning of the 12 structures used for modelling change of reproductive success (bp, bd)

Table S4. Notation and meaning of the three structures used for modelling recapture (p)

Table S5. Results of the first modelling step for recapture (p) and the probability to change among classes of reproductive success from 1 year to another (bp, bd)

Table S6. Results of the second modelling step for apparent survival (φ) and within study area breeding dispersal probabilities from one year to another (d)

Table S7. Results of the final modelling step for assessing effects of relative age (since initial capture) on apparent survival (Φ), within study area breeding dispersal (d), and probability of changing reproductive success among classes from one year to another (bd, bp)

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