The blue-capped cordon bleu (Uraeginthus cyanocephalus) is a finch that probably gets its name from its colour - cordon bleu in French means The Blue Ribbon. Males have blue on the tops of their heads and tend to be more vivid in colour. On female blue-caps the light brown coloration on the wings extends to the nape of the neck and over the top the head. Pairs dance holding twigs in their beaks. It is found in East Africa.