Migration is the seasonal movement of populations animals between regions and can be motivated by the search for food or mates. Over the course of a year, massive herds of Caribou will congregate for both feeding and reproductive purposes during their spring and fall migrations.
Parental care consists of behaviors undertaken by animals in order to improve the fitness of their offspring. Rather than devoting its own time and energy into caring for its own young, the mother Cuckoo's maximises its offsprings chance of success while minimising the sacrifices made to her own survival by removing the eggs from another species nest and replacing them with her own. Once the baby Cuckoo has hatched, it will grow larger and faster than its remaining foster siblings and quickly out-compete them for the parents' limited resources.
A fixed action pattern is a behavior that is found throughout all members of a species in the form of an action which is followed through to completion. Here, a raccoon demonstrates it's species' compulsion to clean their food as it hilariously attempts to rinse off a scrap of cotton candy.
Foraging behaviors are the patterns which animals follow as they search for food. Some foraging behaviors are instinctual, while others are picked up by animals from their peers. At 3:05 minutes into this video this 'pet' fox demonstrates the same pouncing behavior used by wild foxes when hunting for prey in the winter snow. Seeing as this fox has not grown up in the wild or had the opportunity to learn hunting behavior from other foxes, it is likely that the fox's play pouncing was an instinctual behavior which would have aided it in capture prey in the wild. Here is a video of a wild fox using its pounce to survive in the wild: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EiV-ERKRRs&t=96s