I was there from about 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. When I arrived Eric And Alison were there with Ian Worley. They had not seen it since the Northern Shrike was there. Five other birders showed up while I was there and none of us were able to find the Harris's Sparrow again. We were standing in front of the house that Eric talked about, when a young lady pulled into the driveway. I told her why we were there and asked if we could look at their feeders every once in a while. She asked the homeowner and then told me, "Sorry, but we'd rather not have you look at our feeders". I told her, "no problem" and thanked her for asking. We then moved away from the front of their house.
The Harris's Sparrow may still be there even though none of us saw it after Eric and Alison found it. Some will hopefully take another look for it tomorrow. Congrats to Eric and Alison!!! It's yet another great bird during this "Great Year of Years for Rare Birds in Vermont".