This morning the bird was refound in the Woods Creek picnic area. That was enough to convince me to duck away from work for a couple of hours to look for it. At ~10 am I arrived at the north entrance to Lower Huron and drove the main road to the Woods Creek picnic area. There I found Dea Armstrong and Bruce McCulloch, and a few others. Bruce had seen the bird briefly, but it hadn't been seen for quite a while. I walked around a bit looking for it, but had no luck. Tom Schlack arrived, and we chatted a bit.
I quickly grabbed the phone to alert Dea and the others, but when I looked up it was already gone! I then drove back to the parking area and drove around to look for it. No luck. Leaving the area for the main road I again spotted the bird toward the north end of the meadow, where it was now perched in another tree. Grabbing the scope I ran over and managed to get some digiscoped images before it flew south to another tree.
It then flew to a taller tree for a few moments before flying farther south. At that point I decided I had captured enough keeper images to head back to work!