In an earlier post I identified this as birdsfoot trefoil, but after spending time with my wildflower guides I realize it is a Touch-me-not a/k/a/ Jewelweed, Wild Balsam, Lady's Eardrops, Wild Lady's Slipper. (Which is wild--the lady or the slipper?)
It has an orange sister plant that shares the same nicknames. Their seedpods pop at the lightest touch, hence the name touch-me-not, but they are also used as a remedy for skin rashes, such as poison ivy (which perhaps should be named touch-me-not).
I also mis-identified this flower in earlier posts, calling it a wild raspberry.
Apparently blackberries look like raspberries before they turn into blackberries.
Birds (and maybe bears, and occasionally me) eat the berries, bees nestle in the flowers and spiders travel on their leaves.
For the while (?) I will be working/living/traveling away from the internet as much as possible. I'll check in when I can. Enjoy the late summer days and evenings.