Some vegans consider honey to be non-vegan, because it does make use of an animal product. However, keep in mind, veganism is not about not using animals, it’s about using animals in their natural, synergetic way. The natural roles animals have is the reason veganism can exist in the first place, specifically the role insects play, most specifically; honey bees. If you are vegan I still encourage the use of organic, local, wildflower honey. Reasons for this are because buying local allows you to make sure the bees are treated responsibly, don’t have so much honey taken that it takes away from the amount they need for their own food, allowed to hibernate, have access to organic wild plants that are free from pesticides that can kill the bees, encourages keeping organic flowers in the wild for wild and organically raised bees to access, increasing the population - which is vital to the survival of all plant species, allows the bees to be further from populated areas with higher levels of cell phone frequencies that increase the death rate of honey bees, and fund beekeepers who practice all of the above to help them continue these practices and grow.
By responsibly/seasonally buying organic wild flower honey you help in the honey bees survival.
So, as a vegan, I strongly encourage everyone consider this, since quite literally everything is resting on the survival of bees.