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The Yellow-billed Cuckoo is common throughout the southeastern United States during the summer months. They have been observed as far north as southern Ontario and as far west as California. They migrate to South America during the winter months. Their population is declining.
This species is a fairly common breeding resident throughout Florida during the summer months. They usually arrive in late March or early April and depart by November.