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Table S1. Anthropogenic disturbance occurring within frequently (occupancy index >0.75) and infrequently (<0.75) occupied goshawk territories located within the Lake Tahoe Basin, 1977–2005. Territories are arranged by decreasing occupancy and secondarily by increasing human activity when occupancy is the same between territories.

Table S2. Nest site conditions of frequently and infrequently occupied goshawk territories located within the Lake Tahoe Basin, ordered by occupancy index (see Table S1).

Table S3. Percentage of nondisturbance zones covered by various tree sizes (DBH) and canopy cover within frequently and infrequently occupied territories within the Lake Tahoe Basin ordered by occupancy index (see Table S1).

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