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Shot during the Queeny African Expedition (1950), the mutually beneficial relationship between Kenya's Wandorobo (Dorobo) and the honey-guide bird is the main focus of this film (this was the first successful attempt to film such a relationship). Also shown in this film are the Wandorobo hunting and killing a topi with poison arrows; Masai bleeding cattle; a Masai woman's adornment, and Masai engaged in the jumping dance Numba. There is also footage of the fauna of the Masai Mara.
The Way of the Navajo, first broadcast September 26, 1954, is shown again on this date after winning Adventure the George Foster Peabody Award. This film was also selected to be shown at the International Film Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.