Estimated population change for species not presently summarized in BBS analyses but that occur in nonnorthern regions. Species are categorized as either 1) primarily southern in distribution; 2) rare, coastal, or nocturnal; or 3) introduced into North America. Analysis is based on log-linear hierarchical models; trend is defined as the change in annual indexes over a specified time period (Sauer et al. 2013). For each species, we present sample size (number of routes, N), trend estimate (% change/yr, 1966–2014), 2.5% and 97.5% credible intervals (CI) for trend, relative abundance (RA, defined as the annual index in the midyear of the interval) and 2.5% and 97.5% CIs for relative abundance, half-width of the CIs for trend, and a credibility score (R = reasonably monitored, Q = questionably monitored (estimates have at least one deficiency), and P = poorly monitored (Sauer et al. 2014). Values <0.1 are indicated as 0.0.