Viburnum lentago. Nanny Berry, also known as Wild Raisin (but not to be confused with viburnum nudum var. cassinoides, also native). Native to Northeastern United States.
Interesting bird-like shaped buds open to white umbrel flowers, become edible fruits in summer or fall then leaves turn red and purple. 15-25 feet tall. Attracts many species of birds, as well as chipmunks and squirrels. It also hosts several native moth caterpillars.