An anonymous man who explores remote areas of Mexico has reported large tracks that he thinks belong to a strange flying creature that is seen in this part of Mexico (within flying range of the border with Texas). This area is between 7000 and 8000 feet above sea level, according to the eyewitness. Although the tracks do not show the toe-claw marks that would be expected of pterosaur footprints, it is possible for some species of modern pterosaur to leave prints without toe marks.
Two kinds of clear prints were observed: a wide track about twenty inches long and a narrower track about twelve inches long. The eyewitness recently sketched the two and provided photographs.
To begin, the footprints in this remote area of Mexico were not all clear impressions; in fact, most of them were more scuff marks. So why believe that they were from one or more flying creatures? They were separated by 15-20 yards where there was no evidence of any creature on the ground. This might be dismissed if the marks were few in number, but the man walked for a long distance, following the intermittent footprints.
The impressions in the soil were one inch deep, and he could not make that deep of an impression, even after jumping on the soil nearby; it must have been a heavy animal. One of the kinds of footprints was about 18 inches by about 20 inches (the man compared the size with his foot)