When the Hadza people of northern Tanzania want some honey, they whistle into the air in hopes a Honeyguide bird is close enough to hear.
Give a little whistle...
If a Honeyguide Bird is near, it will appear before the whistler and fan out its wings to show it heard the whistle. The bird then flies towards the tree where a beehive hangs and waits for the Hadza people to arrive.
A villager will smoke out the bees and take the honey when all is clear.
Here is where the tale gets unDisney-like:
Some evidence shows that the villagers will toss the Honeyguide Bird some honey for its services. Like an attaboy for helping the village find some luscious honey. Other evidence shows the villager burning excess honey so as to not feed the bird at all.