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Table S1. Sample sizes for the variables shown in Fig. 3. Figures given are for the whole study area, whereas the number of early breeding pairs presented in Fig. 2 was accurately assessed annually from a core area, comprising approximately 80% of the whole study area. Thus, sample sizes for some years are higher than the number of early breeding pairs monitored in the core area. Rate codes are defined in Table 1.

Table S2. Models used to estimate daily nest survival rates (DNSR).

Table S3. Capture–mark–recapture models used to estimate adult annual apparent survival probabilities (φad).

Table S4. Known fate models used to estimate post-fledging weekly survival probabilities (φf).

Table S5. Capture–mark–recapture models used to estimate first-year annual apparent survival probabilities (φ1).

Table S6. Comparison of mean estimates of reproductive success (RS) and survival for ring ouzels in Glen Clunie with those from other studies on ring ouzels and other related species.

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