The Bazas - members of the bird genus Aviceda - are birds of prey with a widespread distribution that stretches from Australia to southern Asia and across to Africa. The Bazas are sometimes known as cuckoo-hawks.
They have prominent head crests and tooth-like indentations on the edge of the upper bills.
- Aviceda cuculoides Swainson - African Cuckoo-Hawk
- Aviceda jerdoni Blyth - Jerdon's Baza
- Aviceda leuphotes Dumont - Black Baza
- Aviceda madagascariensis Smith - Madagascar Baza
- Aviceda subcristata Gould - Pacific Baza
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