Canada might seem too cold, in winter, for flying pterosaurs, but British Columbia, at least, seems to have them, at least sometimes. Regarding the following two sightings, I don’t know if either one was of a living pterosaur, but I believe it likely enough that they should be examined for that possibility, in light of the many sighting reports from the U.S.A.
From the Blog “Live Pterosaur”
A lady in British Columbia saw what she thinks was a ropen. She told me, ”I don’t know what else it could have been. . . . I understand that the Ropen is nocturnal but I saw this creature during the day about 2:30 pm so maybe i’m wrong . . .”
The creature was larger than any bird the eyewitness had ever before seen. It had a long tail “with something on the end of it just like the Ropen. Then I couldn’t believe my eyes when I looked at the wings and they weren’t feathers, they were like huge bat wings.”
When the eyewitness was about ten or twelve years old, his (or her) family was taking a camping trip in the Cariboo area of British Columbia.
As we drove along the highway, I saw something fly by, like three cars distance away. . . . Small parrot-like head, same body, but the one I saw had a long tail with a circular tail flap thing on the end.
I know that these two sighting accounts in British Columbia, Canada, are brief accounts. But they do seem to fit into the larger picture of pterosaur sightings in North America.