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Multiple habitat quality indices for six natural and agricultural habitats used by wintering American redstarts in Jamaica, West Indies. Habitats arranged approximately in order of decreasing overall quality.

Criterion: Wet limestone forest Black mangroves Shaded coffee Coastal (thorn) scrub Citrus Dry limestone forest Reference:
Annual apparent survival +++ (56%) ++ (40%) ++ (39%) +++ (57%) Peele (2015)
+++ ++ ++ + + Johnson et al. (2006), Sherry and Holmes (1996)
Age ratio (ASY males as %) ++++ (80%)1 +++ 60% ++ + (45%) + (40%) + Peele (2015), Sherry and Holmes (1996)
Food availability ++++ ++++ +++ ++ + Peele (2015)
Ranked body mass maintenance (body condition) 1 2 3 4 5 Johnson et al. (2006), ranked best to worst
Monthly mean rainfall 220 mm 91 mm 91 mm <62.52 Peele et al. (2015)
Local density +++ ++++ ++++ ++++/+++ +++ + Confer and Holmes (1995), Sherry and Holmes (1996), Johnson and Sherry (2001), Johnson et al. (2006), Peele et al. (2015)
Departure for Spring migration +++ ++ + + Peele (2015)
Proportion transient (floater) ~0 ++ ++ Peele et al. (2015), Peele (2015)

1 Percent of individuals that are After-second-year (ASY) males (from Peele 2015).
2 Taken from Encyclopedia of Earth, Ecoregions, Jamaican dry forest.