Like many other ground feeding birds, the Towhee uses a foraging technique called scratching. By scratching the ground with its feet, the towhee can reveal and dislodge food sources such as seeds or bugs.
Like many other birds of paradise, male Arfak Parotia perform an elaborate dance to attract female mates. This allows the females to see the health and fitness of potential mates. This is an example of mate choice.
Clever Hans was a horse who could supposedly solve math problems. He communicated his numerical answer through tapping his hooves. Although Hans couldn't actually do math, he showed a cleaver example of social learning. He would observe the people around him and notice when they relaxed. This change in the body language of the spectators happened when Hans had reached the correct number of taps. Hans would then stop his tapping, miraculously reaching the solution to the math problem. Although unusual, this fits the textbook definition of social learning, or "modification of behavior through the observation of other individuals."
Homing pigeons are remarkable in their ability to fly distances up to 100s of miles back to their nests. This navigational ability is an example of spacial learning. This article above suggests one possible explanation these pigeon's amazing sense of direction, hypothesizing that pigeons ability to hear low frequency sound waves lets them map their surrounding.