I noticed the one complete footprint when I was at China Creek Park last week.
On reflection, I realize that all over the paths there I saw dents like the heel mark in this print, but the dents seemed to have no visible toe prints.
I didn’t know what the dents were. The soil on the paths was sandy, soft, springy, and full of a fine organic matter like cut up lawn clippings which was probably decomposing grasses. Now I think all the dents could have been footprints. The toes didn’t register because the character of the soil didn’t hold impressions well.
I am going to go back and check out that dentage. But if you see a lot of baseball-to-softball sized dents in a fine, soft soil, those might be all you will see of a footprint.