Many of the fruits and berries we plant for ourselves are also enjoyed by birds. Rather than trying to keep the birds out of your strawberries, blueberries, and fruit trees, consider planting more than you need for yourself. That way, there should be enough fruit for you and the birds. Most native shrubs and trees around here are bird friendly. Plant some evergreens for winter cover for birds. (I apply this same philosophy to my butterfly host plants like dill and fennel)
Shrubs/ Trees that birds love:
Chokecherry- a lovely wild purple tree. Vigorous grower, great foliage that changes from green, red then to reddish purple in fall. 20-25' H x 15' W
Serviceberry- gorgeous spring flowers, great edible berries and good tree shape. This can either be a multi-stemmed shrub (small tree) or a single trunk tree shape. 15' H x W.
Mahonia (Oregon Grape Holly)- 4' H x W. Shiny, leathery, persistent leaves (not quite evergreen). Yellow blooms and great yellow/bronze colored leaves. Some have blue black fruit which birds love!
Aronia melanocarpa or ChokeBERRY (not the same as chokecherry)- up to 6' H x W for the black variety. Really nice leaves, great berry set. Create good hedges from a very native-type plant! And takes some shade too... what a plant :).
Viburnums- (this is a huge family but I'll just tackle a few)
Viburnum dentatum, Blue Muffin- 6-10' H x 5' W, gorgeous blue berries and an upright form.
Viburnum trilobium, Cranberry Bush-8-10' H x 8' W, red berries become black in winter, fall color is maroon. A native beauty that will take over a large space; likes moist soil and bottomlands.
Viburnum nudum, Brandywine- 5-7'H x W, glossy leaves, berries turn from light pink to deep red, fall color is deep maroon!
Viburnum dilatatum, Cardinal Candy- 6-8' H x 4' W, great red berry set, fall color amazing and drought/ deer resistant.