A male spider vibrates a females web in a specific sequence prior to attempting to mate.
A common flicker (a form of woodpecker) spends significant amounts of time drumming its beak on an aluminum sculpture.
When threatened, a water moccasin (cottonmouth snake) opens its mouth in a wide gape, exposing the bright white lining of the mouth.
Kangaroo rats living in the desert Southwest rub oils from their skin into the soil at communal sand-bathing areas.
All of the above are likely examples of one animal attempting to alter anothers behavior.