Viburnum trilobum (cranberry bush)
My V. trilobum bushes fruited abundantly this year for the first time, but I was disappointed to read on this forum that birds do not eat these fruits. I've been watching the plants carefully, and it seemed to me that the fruits were disappearing, although certainly not as quickly as those of other shrubs, such as dogwoods. However, yesterday I was sitting outside quietly and saw a titmouse grab a trilobum berry, fly to the crabapple tree, and make a meal out of it there.
Yay! And by the way, these shrubs are absolutely gorgeous--the large, abundant clusters of fruit start turning red in early summer and by late summer are the most vivid red you can imaging.