Black Baza (Aviceda leuphotes)
Aviceda or bazas, is a genus of birds of prey in the Accipitridae family. The genus has a widespread distribution from Australia to southern Asia and across to Africa. The bazas are sometimes known as cuckoo-hawks. A prominent crest is a feature of the bazas. They have two tooth-like indentations on the edge of the upper bill.
African Cuckoo-hawk (Swainson, 1837) (Aviceda cuculoides) Jerdon's Baza (Blyth, 1842) (Aviceda jerdoni) Black Baza (Dumont, 1820) (Aviceda leuphotes) Madagascar Cuckoo-hawk (Smith, 1834) (Aviceda madagascariensis) Pacific Baza (Gould, 1838) (Aviceda subcristata)