Do bees need to make honey?
yes , bees need to make honey
bees need to visit 2 million flowers to make that pound of honey
Um.Dumb question but if u need 2 know honey bees aren't as visious as killer bees .therefore killer bees attack more.while,honey bees are humble and do what they do best make honey from flowers nectar
Honey bees do make honey if you are wondering
To eat and to make honey
They do make honey but they have the poisnous stingers. Honey bees are fat and hairy, but they make the sweetest honey.
Apart from producing honey, we need bees for pollination.
honey bees eat the honey that they make they make the honey from the pollen they collect from flowers
Only honey bees (Apis Mellifera) make honey.
Bees make the honey from nectar which is already sweet.
bees need honey
All bees make honey for their own use, but only honey bees make enough of a surplus for us to collect it.
more bees After they have made more bees they will make honey, wax and propolis.
Bees Make Honey was created in 1971.
Yes, bees do make their food which is honey. This is what they are famous for, honey. Yes, honey.
No, honey bees are not the only bees that make honey. The bees in question (Apis spp) just happen to be the most famous of the world's natural honey-makers. Other apian examples include bumble and stingless bees.
honey bees only make hives in trees and I see bees in the eves of the roof. honey bees only make hives in trees and I see bees in the eves of the roof.
because they need the nectar to make their honey...people say that they make the honey and we make the money.so that they can be rich.
Most bees make honey to feed themselves but only honey bees produce enough honey for a beekeeper to remove some of it in any great quantity.
Bumble bees do not produce honey. Honey bees produce honey. They are two different species.
No. Bees make honey from nectar. Although the honey may contain a small amount of pollen from the flowers from which the nectar was collected, this is accidental. Bees do collect pollen and bring it back to the hive, but this is used as food, particularly for the developing larvae.
Only the worker bees (infertile females) produce honey.
Bees make honey, and wax. The wax is used to make candles. The honey is used to make your tea sweet! Honey
You could try feeding it to some honey bees. Only bees can make honey.
Bees make royal honey by cross pollination.
Bees make honey in ALL countries.
All bees make honey, but often only in small amounts. Only honey bees make enough for man to collect the surplus.
Honey bees make honey to feed themselves throughout the winter months when no nectar is available to eat. They usually make much more than they need, so beekeepers are able to take some of their honey and bottle it for sale.
They are called honey bees because they collect nectar to make honey.
Bees make the honey, and stores sell it.
Honey is not grown the bees make it. The bees make it with the pollen that they get from flowers.
you would need the bees to collect nectar from 2000 flowers to make a pint of honey.
Because they need it to make honey back in their hive.
Only honey bees make honey and its taste will depend on the type of flowers, shrubs, trees or other vegetation that the bees have been foraging on.
Honey bees get honey by sucking nectar out of plants. In the hive, this nectar is converted to honey. Different bees make different honey, so as you can imagine, there are a lot of different kinds of honey.
Ants don't make honey. Bees make honey.
No but they have the pollin that honey bees use to make honey.
Whenever there is nectar to make it with.
Its called 'interdependence.' The flowers need the bees to pollinate them to survive, but the bees need the flowers so they can make honey, and the female bees pollinate flowers and keep pollen on there legs to feed there larve.
No, just the honey bee makes honey. ---- Actually, most bees make some honey, but only the honey bee make enough for it to be worth collecting.
Bees make honey to feed themselves during the winter when there are no flowers to supply them with nectar. So, they make honey in the summer and eat it in the winter.
Wax and honey are not the same thing. The bees make wax to store honey inside. The honey is a separate substance that the bees use for food.
Bees make honey from nectar gathered from flowers. If there are no nectar-bearing flowers available, then the bees can't make honey. Nor will there be any nectar to feed on, so they will feed on their stored honey.
Bees make beeswax and use it to form chambers where they store honey. There are no actual bee parts or honey in beeswax.
We only collect honey from honey bees, and there are seven species of honey bee worldwide.
Bumble bees make honey by collecting pollen from flowers and bringing it to the hive and they SPIT all over it, and it turns into honey.
Bees make honey. Beekeepers take care of bees and extract honey. Honey packers process and package honey.
Solitary bees typically produce neither honey nor beeswax.
*Facepalm* Bees don't eat honey....they make it.
It is not possible to make real honey without bees. Fake synthetic honey can be made and is often passed off as real honey in the grocery store.
Because honey bees collect the juice of the flower so the bees at home can make honey they are the bess that pollinate the most flowers