Immature male or female Northern Oriole (Icterus galbula)
Young males look like females until the fall of their second year, so this could be an immature male. Even more confusing when deciding gender (at least for me), females become darker after every moult so that older females are nearly as bright orange as the males.
Nest hidden among poplar leaves
Each female builds a new nests every year, anchoring her woven "basket" in a tree fork.
Dangling nest in an apple tree
I am connecting to Stewart M's Wild Bird Wednesday HERE