Los Angeles: Birdwatching with Star Trek stars


17 Responses to “Los Angeles: Birdwatching with Star Trek stars”

  1. mgfarrelly says:

    Oh goodness, this sounds like a SNL sketch.

    Trekkie: Mr. Picardo
    Picardo: I think I see a spotted-
    Trekkie: Mr. PICARDO!
    (Bird flies off)
    Picardo: What! What is it?
    Trekkie: In episode 124, when The Doctor-
    Picardo: Please tell me someone brought a gun?

  2. dbarak says:

    Apparently long-term exposure to dilithium crystals leads to hair loss. Pity…

  3. Morrigan says:

    Dammit. 3,000 miles too far.

    *pouts with Talia*

  4. Chris R says:

    Wow…a great outing…and a minimal donation to a great cause for 30 people to spend time birding. Sorry we missed the opportunity.


  5. doggo says:

    Why do those guys all look so similar…?

  6. Anonymous says:

    For what it’s worth, the bird is a Short-billed Dowitcher rather than a Solitary Sandpiper.

  7. License Farm says:

    By rights Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks and, dare I think it, Shatner ought to be part of this “balding eagles of Trek” club.

  8. semiotix says:

    This is awesome on its face, but it’s somehow perversely more awesome that it’s all supporting characters from the less popular spinoffs.

    “Hey, kids! Would you like to go on a jungle safari with Captain Picard and Mr. Spock?!”
    “Well then have I got exciting yet relatively disappointing news for you!”

  9. Gloria says:

    Oh, man, Robert Picardo. He co-hosted a symphony concert of Star Trek music with John de Lancie here in Toronto and he is a fantastically entertaining man.

  10. Talia says:

    Neat idea. Wrong coast (for me) though.


  11. IWood says:

    To me, Armin Shimerman will always be the principal who gets eaten by the giant mayoral snake demon.

  12. David Pescovitz says:

    Corrected the bird image. Thanks all!

  13. Brainspore says:

    Klingon Bird of Prey? Check…
    Romulan Warbird? Check…

  14. wanderingfalcon says:

    I am pretty sure that’s a dowitcher and not a solitary sandpiper…

    • Anonymous says:

      Probably a short-billed dowitcher, not a long-billed (the markings on the flanks, below the wings). But most of the time it’s truly hard to tell.

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