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After a population drop in the 1960s, possibly due to the effects of DDT, the Neotropic Cormorant has rebounded and expanded its range rapidly in the United States. The species now nests in new areas including Arizona, New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Florida, and Louisiana. In some places where their ranges meet, Neotropic and Double-crested Cormorant have nested together in mixed pairs and have produced hybrid offspring.