The bush/shrub is about 7' tall and 10' wide. It blooms in april. I have not noticed any berries. It is in North east Wyoming.
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Without details like leaves, bark and overall growth habit, the precise id is very difficult, but it's almost certainly a member of the prunus family.
All of them have similar blossom structures and are in the white to dark pink color range.
Some of the most prominent members are fruiting trees, e.g. plums, cherries, almonds, peaches.
Others are bred for their decorative properties, the first example that comes to mind is probably the Japanese cherry, which influenced a whole culture.
With fruit, an id would be quick, but some decorative breeds rarely set fruit and even for the fruiting kinds, one late frost or bad weather during the blooming period can leave you with nothing. But perhaps you could have a closer look? (Although cherries would be long gone by now.)
Agree on prunus. And
It looks exactly like an apricot to me.
Looking on the internet, apparently it is possible to have an apricot tree that won't fruit due to lack of nutrients, pollination or other reason. Hard to believe I guess, ... but REALLY looks like an apricot; beautiful photo, by the way.
Try checking the leaves. Apricot leaves are bright green, broad and pointy:
Picture from https://www.healthbenefitstimes.com/apricots/