I was scratching my head wondering if I could find a bird for the J spot and then remembered hearing of the Jay so here goes:
Jays are several species of medium-sized, usually colourful and noisy, passerine birds in the crow family Corvidae. The names jay and magpie are somewhat interchangeable, and the evolutionary relationships are rather complex. For example, the Eurasian magpie seems more closely related to the Eurasian Jay than to the Oriental blue and green magpies, where the blue jay is not closely related to either (I hope that makes sense as they are birds I know nothing about...more reading needed here). The bird in this picture is the Eurasian jay after which all jays have been named.
These are birds I am not familiar with nor have I been able to find much general information so instead of writing about feeding and breeding etc., I will leave you with some lovely pictures I've found of various types of jay. (My other reason is I'm tired but wanted to post something today!!).
The term 'jaywalking' was coined in 1915 to label persons crossing a busy street carelessly and becoming a traffic hazard. The term began to imply recklessness or impertinent behavious as the convention became established ("jay-walker" Oxford English Dictionary (3rd ed.)