This link illustrates an example of a social behavior in dolphins. This is a social behavior because dolphin communicate when to hunt together or separate. For example, sometimes a herd of dolphins will surround a school of fish in order to attack the trapped fish in the center, whereas other times they will forage on their own.
This link explains the courtship behavior between penguins. Multiple communication methods are used by the male penguin to attract a female including trumpeting, which is when the penguin swing his head upwards and flaps his flipper. Male penguins also will bow and extend its flippers upwards to attract females.
Around the age of two salmon begin to spawn, or lay eggs. Salmon are unique for they are born in fresh water and then spend most of their life in the ocean, but salmon are ready to spawn they travel upstream to lay their eggs the same place they were hatched. Therefore this is an example of a migration behavior pattern.
This is an example of a Fixed Action Pattern for sheep all behave in a similar manner when frightened. Since sheep are typically herding animals, their only defense to predators is to run and group together. This link show how this behavior still is observed in domesticated show lambs.