The Yellow-billed Kite (Milvus aegyptius) are found in Sub-Sahara andNorth-east Africa.
There are two subspecies:
- M. a. parasitus(Western Yellow-billed Kite)
- found throughout West, East and Southern Africa, except for the Congo basin and the Sahara Desert (with intra-African migrations) and
- M. a. aegyptius
- of Egypt and the Horn of Africa (which disperses south during the non-breeding season).
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