Honeybee covered with pollen sitting on yellow flower (© Dancestrokes/Shutterstock.com)
A honeybee covered in pollen pollinates a yellow flower. (© Dancestrokes/Shutterstock.com)

Honeybees do more than just make honey.

They are important pollinators — along with native bees, moths, butterflies, bats and birds. Pollinators around the world need help, and in the United States, Americans are planting flowers and native plant species to give them shelter and food.

On World Honeybee Day, August 19, take this quiz to see if you know all the ways bees help the environment and the economy. You won’t bee sorry you did!