Yes, viburnum is one of my favorite shrubs, which I often recommend. I have already planted one in my new yard.
They are native, they are easy to grow and adaptable to a wide range of sun and soil conditions, come in a range of sizes, the flowers are fragrant, butterflies and native bees like them, including they are host plant for the spring azure butterfly, After the flowers are done, they make berries which are food for gamebirds, songbirds and small mammals. Birds that are attracted to viburnum include Eastern Bluebird, Northern Flicker, Gray Catbird, and American Robin. Those berries are edible for people too, if the birds leave you any.