Sure, you can use a wireless mouse to use with your MacBook. There is built-in technology in the MacBook that will enable a wireless mouse to work. Wireless mice are available online and in the usual big box stores.
But there’s one thing to keep in mind when shopping for a wireless mouse: the best kind to get is a Bluetooth mouse. That’s the wireless peripheral technology that’s built into the MacBook. Some wireless mice and keyboards use different wireless protocols, and for those you will need an adapter that plugs into the USB port, and for a MacBook, it’s not ideal to have an adapter hanging out of the USB port.
Apple makes a wireless mouse for their lines of laptops and iMacs, and it’s theMagic Mouse.
You can also get a wireless mouse from other manufacturers, but it’s best to get one that is labeled as working by Bluetooth. I have a Logitech Bluetooth mouse like this one: V470 Cordless Laser Mouse for Bluetooth. Check out the big box stores or go online to see what’s available, but remember that it’s best to get a mouse that is clearly labeled Bluetooth capable.