I was in the Nashville area the last week and while walking around my parent's lake stumbled on a mixed warbler flock. It's been a little while since I've geeked out on birds, so I did a little of that. There were seven different species in the tiny woodlot - Pine, Magnolia, Tennessee, Black-throated Green, Nashville, Northern Parula, and Yellow-rumped.
I managed to snag some pretty good shots but got a little perturbed when the battery died...meh. The flock seemed to be a decent size and I was surrounded by warblers for a while. They were at eye level and only a few feet away a lot of time, but behind really brushy stuff and crazy hyperactive. There were some bugs that just seemed to have hatched and the birds were going to town, snarfing them up.
So here's some Magnolia photos (couple different birds I think) who were strutting their stuff in between intaking hoards of buggers. (you can see the bugs stuck on the bill in that second photo). Below was the spot this one kept going back to - lots of bugs in that spot). Here's a link to another post about Magnolia Warblers - got pictures of the 3rd country record for one in Trinidad and Tobago a couple years ago. Sweeeeeet. Nature Notes