How do bees collect honey?
The bees fly of and get honey from the flower.
No they make honey. They collect nectar and pollen.
Bees collect nectar from flowers and then produce honey.
They are called honey bees because they collect nectar to make honey.
honey bees eat the honey that they make they make the honey from the pollen they collect from flowers
Worker Bees will collect the honey then in Spring or Summer the honey collecter will get the honey.
Bees collect nectar and turn it into honey in the hive. This is stored for food for when they are unable to leave the hive to forage.
Bees that collect a flower's honey give to that flower pollen deposits from another flower.
to make honey
Honey bees collect honey. Bumble bees protect themselves
It is a stomach bees store honey when they collect the honey.
Bees eat nectar and pollen that they collect off of the flowers. Honey bees will even eat the honey that they make from the pollen that they collect.
We only collect honey from honey bees, and there are seven species of honey bee worldwide.
Honey Honey bees collect nectar and pollen mainly, which they take back to their nest or hive. They use the pollen to feed young bees and they convert the nectar into honey.
All bees make honey for their own use, but only honey bees make enough of a surplus for us to collect it.
yes, they do. All bees eat honey and collect pollen and nectar
No. It is derived from the nectar which the bees collect from flowers.
Bees collect nectar for food. Because raw nectar would not store for very long without fermenting, bee convert the surplus of nectar they collect into honey to use as food when nectar is not available. It is this surplus honey that we collect. Beekeepers then replace the honey with sugar syrup which, for the bees, is just as good.
Bees collect both nectar and pollen but only the nectar is used to make honey. Pollen is used as food by the bees and they also feed it to larvae.
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
Bees don't take honey to the hive (unless they have stolen it from another hive) but they collect nectar and take that to the hive, and make honey from it. Bees eat nectar and pollen, and surplus nectar they collect is made into honey for them to eat when nectar is not available. thanks
All bees make honey, but often only in small amounts. Only honey bees make enough for man to collect the surplus.
All bees collect nectar for their own consumption. Only the honey bee collects sufficient to make enough honey for us to harvest.
No, and neither can bees. Bees collect nectar from flowers and add enzymes to make honey.
Honey isn't found. The bees collect nectar from flowers and turn it into honey which they use to feed themselves and young bees in the hive.
Well, Theres killer bees. And honey bees. Honey bees collect food for there family/home members. Killer bees protect the hive and also try to gather food honey bees dont sting. there nice =))
No... honey bee's collect honey and are in a hive and are also smaller than bumble bees and not yellow and black... whereas bumble bee's collect pollen and make their own hives. hope u understand that a little more now
They collect nectar from flowers, mix it with various enzymes and regurgitate it as honey.
Honeybees collect Pollen and nectar and bring it back to the hive.
Bees collect nectar from flowers and store it in special honey stomachs. They return to the hive and regurgitate the nectar into the honeycomb. Beekeepers remove the honey from the honeycomb.
Honey bees collect nectar and pollen from flowers and other plants.
To collect pollen and nectar.
Depending on what the colony needs at any given time, honey bees will collect nectar, pollen, tree resin, water.
bees nest ============== Honey bees collect nectar from flowers and store it in wax honeycomb in their hive. The bees will wait until the water content of the nectar has decreased and then cap the cured honey with a wax cap.
In its lifetime one bee will collect about 1/12 teaspoon of honey, so one pound of honey is the life's work of about 560 bees.
No because when bees collect honey they sprinkle pollen on the flowers
Forager bees collect nectar and pollen, and bring them back to the hive where they are stored. Water is evaporated from the nectar, turning it into honey. Bees eat pollen, a rich source of protein, and honey, which is a carbohydrate.
Yes, they do. The honey is the food store for the bees. Honey is made from the nectar that the worker bees collect from flowers. It is brought back to the Hive and regurgitated into the honey storage cells, mixed with bee saliva. In the storage cells the water in the nectar evaporates and the honey forms.
Honey combs are made of wax; both the honey and the wax are ultimately made from the nectar and the pollen that bees collect from flowers.
Bees collect nectar from flowers, which they then make honey from. So, in short, the answer is yes.
Yes, they collect pollen and nectar to produce their food, which includes honey.
Honey is made by bees from nectar, which they collect from flowers.
Bees eat nectar and pollen. When they can collect a surplus of nectar they convert it into honey and store it as food for when nectar is not available. A beekeeper who takes honey must replace it in the form of sugar syrup or the bees will starve in the winter.
Bees and bears do share a symbiotic relations ship. Bees produce honey because of the pollen they collect. Bear apparently enjoy eating the honey, inducing the bees to make more honey for the hive.
Bees don't collect honey, but they will collect nectar whenever there are nectar-bearing flowers available and the weather is suitable for them to fly (dry, warm enough, and the wind is not too strong). This period will extend from early spring to late autumn (fall).
Provided they are honey bees, most beekeepers would be pleased to do so.
Honey bees eat nectar and pollen which they collect from flowers. As flowers are living things, then the answer to your question is yes.
The flowers carry nectar, so when the bees collect the nectar they eat it. That helps produce the honey. The nectar in the flowers is the bees food source. Without flowers, the bees would all die out.
They have a secrete enzyme in there mouth that when they they collect nectar and mix it with the enzyme it makes honey.
no bees produce honey from the pollin they collect from flowers