Changeable Hawk-eagle (Nisaetus cirrhatus)
Nisaetus is a genus of birds of prey found mainly in tropical Asia. They were earlier placed within the genus Spizaetus but molecular studies show that the Old World representatives were closer to the genus Ictinaetus than to the New World Spizaetus (in the stricter sense). They are slender-bodied, medium-sized hawk-eagles with rounded wings, long feathered legs, barred wings, crests and usually adapted to forest habitats.
Blyth's Hawk-eagle (Blyth, 1845) (Nisaetus alboniger) Javan Hawk-eagle (Stresemann, 1924) (Nisaetus bartelsi) Changeable Hawk-eagle (Gmelin, 1788) (Nisaetus cirrhatus) Flores Hawk-eagle (Hartert, 1898) (Nisaetus floris) Sulawesi Hawk-eagle (Temminck & Schlegel, 1844) (Nisaetus lanceolatus) Wallace's Hawk-eagle (Wallace, 1868) (Nisaetus nanus) Mountain Hawk-eagle (Hodgson, 1836) (Nisaetus nipalensis) Legge's Hawk-eagle (Legge, 1878) (Nisaetus kelaarti) Philippine Hawk-eagle (Gould, 1863) (Nisaetus philippensis) Pinsker's Hawk-eagle (Preleuthner and Gamauf, 1998) (Nisaetus pinskeri)