Hi, actually no as I live in Maine. And no doubt there were mop up prints galore in the ash beds covering the ground. And even though skeptics (including myself) bring up good dialogue for non-existence I try to help friends that I have in Washington who look for signs of the creature. At this distance though all I can offer to them are ideas to aid in possible avenues to pursue in their research. I know it seems like a waste of time but I find the subject interesting nonetheless. I have also presented some of these ideas and more in an eBook that I wrote on the subject.
The book also includes the caution regarding White Nosed Virus and the risks of cross contamination. Even though the virus isn't in the West as far as I know. The book generally targets North America so adding in the caution was mainly to alert those researchers in the eastern areas of the continent to Oklahoma where the virus has been detected as it does get spread by the bats that migrate West. Thank you for your comments and the footprint reality check