I recently had the good fortune to help out with some bird banding in the Allegheny National Forest. It is fairly early in the season so a majority of the birds were likely local breeders and young. The project is looking at the birds using recently clear-cut areas to better understand how birds are using those areas. The abundance of fruit bearing plants such as Rubus (like blackberries) make this a great place for birds to spend time as they prepare for migration.
Our first net check yielded about 35 birds, mostly orioles, grosbeaks and tanagers. We had six nets set up and 19 of those were in a single net, a real spectacle for sure. With this huge influx, I was unable to take many photos of those birds because we were processing them non-stop for over an hour. Once it slowed down though, I snapped a few photos of the warblers we were catching.