An eyewitness has reported a pterodactyl sighting (technically correct is the word “pterosaur”) northeast of Honolulu in Hawaii. The flying creature was flying about 100 feet above the ground, and it had a wingspan of about thirty feet, according to the man in the Maunawili Valley.
The wing span (again an estimate) seemed to be about 30 (if not more) feet across. It was light brown in color with canvas like skin and absolutely no feathers. . . . When it passed across to the right of me I then realized it was a living creature because it began to flap its wings and continued to flap its wings several times . . .
Pterosaur Head Size (general estimates in various sightings)
Duane Hodgkinson (the World War II veteran) observed an apparent Rhamphorhynchoid, one day in 1944, as he and his army buddy had been . . . in a jungle clearing in New Guinea. He estimated the head of the “pterodactyl” at about three to four feet.