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Pokémon Nests are areas in specific geographical locations where an increased number of the same species of Pokémon appear for a short duration.

Migration and behavior

With the introduction of Pokémon from the Sinnoh region, a greater variety of Pokémon species will appear over time and at different rates in each area. Additionally, certain areas, such as parks and nature reserves, now contain more varied Pokémon species.[1]

Nesting Pokémon

According to player reports and thorough research, these species of Pokémon can spawn in Pokémon nests.

Bulbasaur
#001
Bulbasaur
Icon Grass
Icon Poison
Charmander
#004
Charmander
Icon Fire
Squirtle
#007
Squirtle
Icon Water
Pikachu
#025
Pikachu
Icon Electric
Clefairy
#035
Clefairy
Icon Fairy
Vulpix
#037
Vulpix
Icon Fire
Oddish
#043
Oddish
Icon Grass
Icon Poison
Psyduck
#054
Psyduck
Icon Water
Growlithe
#058
Growlithe
Icon Fire
Poliwag
#060
Poliwag
Icon Water
Abra
#063
Abra
Icon Psychic
Machop
#066
Machop
Icon Fighting
Tentacool
#072
Tentacool
Icon Water
Icon Poison
Ponyta
#077
Ponyta
Icon Fire
Magnemite
#081
Magnemite
Icon Electric
Icon Steel
Doduo
#084
Doduo
Icon Normal
Icon Flying
Seel
#086
Seel
Icon Water
Shellder
#090
Shellder
Icon Water
Gastly
#092
Gastly
Icon Ghost
Icon Poison
Onix
#095
Onix
Icon Rock
Icon Ground
Voltorb
#100
Voltorb
Icon Electric
Exeggcute
#102
Exeggcute
Icon Grass
Icon Psychic
Cubone
#104
Cubone
Icon Ground
Rhyhorn
#111
Rhyhorn
Icon Ground
Icon Rock
Horsea
#116
Horsea
Icon Water
Scyther
#123
Scyther
Icon Bug
Icon Flying
Jynx
#124
Jynx
Icon Ice
Icon Psychic
Electabuzz
#125
Electabuzz
Icon Electric
Magmar
#126
Magmar
Icon Fire
Pinsir
#127
Pinsir
Icon Bug
Magikarp
#129
Magikarp
Icon Water
Eevee
#133
Eevee
Icon Normal
Omanyte
#138
Omanyte
Icon Rock
Icon Water
Kabuto
#140
Kabuto
Icon Rock
Icon Water

Treecko
#252
Treecko
Icon Grass
Torchic
#255
Torchic
Icon Fire
Mudkip
#258
Mudkip
Icon Water
Poochyena
#261
Poochyena
Icon Dark
Seedot
#273
Seedot
Icon Grass
Wingull
#278
Wingull
Icon Water
Icon Flying
Surskit
#283
Surskit
Icon Bug
Icon Water
Shroomish
#285
Shroomish
Icon Grass
Makuhita
#296
Makuhita
Icon Fighting
Nosepass
#299
Nosepass
Icon Rock
Skitty
#300
Skitty
Icon Normal
Sableye
#302
Sableye
Icon Dark
Icon Ghost
Meditite
#307
Meditite
Icon Fighting
Icon Psychic
Electrike
#309
Electrike
Icon Electric
Plusle
#311
Plusle
Icon Electric
Minun
#312
Minun
Icon Electric
Carvanha
#318
Carvanha
Icon Water
Icon Dark
Wailmer
#320
Wailmer
Icon Water
Numel
#322
Numel
Icon Fire
Icon Ground
Spoink
#325
Spoink
Icon Psychic
Swablu
#333
Swablu
Icon Normal
Icon Flying
Corphish
#341
Corphish
Icon Water
Baltoy
#343
Baltoy
Icon Ground
Icon Psychic
Lileep
#345
Lileep
Icon Rock
Icon Grass
Anorith
#347
Anorith
Icon Rock
Icon Bug
Shuppet
#353
Shuppet
Icon Ghost
Duskull
#355
Duskull
Icon Ghost
Luvdisc
#370
Luvdisc
Icon Water

Turtwig
#387
Turtwig
Icon Grass
Chimchar
#390
Chimchar
Icon Fire
Piplup
#393
Piplup
Icon Water
Bidoof
#399
Bidoof
Icon Normal

Nest migrations

Nest migrations are regular events in which a Pokémon nest changes to another location. A migration occurs every other Thursday between 0:00 UTC and 0:30 UTC. The 87th migration is scheduled to occur on May 30th, 2019.

In the early weeks of the game, the migrations occurred about once a month. Since October 2016, migrations have occurred bi-weekly on a regular schedule. When a batch of new Pokémon species are released, nests are usually changed immediately.

Below there is list of nests migrations that have previously occurred.

No. Date Notes
86 May 16, 2019
85 May 7, 2019 Detective Pikachu Celebration
84 May 2, 2019
83 April 18, 2019
82 April 4, 2019
81 March 21, 2019
80 March 7, 2019
79 February 21, 2019
78 February 7, 2019
77 January 24, 2019
76 January 10, 2019
75 December 27, 2018
74 December 13, 2018
73 N/A
72 November 29, 2018
71 November 15, 2018
70 November 1, 2018
69 October 23, 2018 Sinnoh Halloween Pokémon began to appear.
68 October 18, 2018
67 October 16, 2018 Initial wave of Sinnoh Pokémon released
66 October 15, 2018 Intermittent change following the Psychic Spectacular event
65 October 4, 2018
64 September 30, 2018 Ultra Bonus Event ends (forced)
63 September 20, 2018
62 September 13, 2018 Ultra Bonus Event begins (forced)
61 September 6, 2018
60 August 23, 2018
59 August 9, 2018
58 July 26, 2018
57 July 12, 2018
56 June 28, 2018
55 June 14, 2018
54 May 31, 2018
53 May 17, 2018
52 May 3, 2018
51 April 19, 2018
50 April 5, 2018
49 March 22, 2018
48 March 8, 2018
47 February 22, 2018 Nests migrations resume as normal.
46 – 45 N/A
44 February 8, 2018
43 January 25, 2018 Nests migrations resume as normal.
42 January 23, 2018 Nest changed immediately, because 23 additional Gen III Pokemon began appearing around 21:00 UTC on Tuesday, January 23, 2018.[2]
41 January 11, 2018
40 December 28, 2017 Nests migrations resume as normal.
39 December 21, 2017 Nest changed immediately, because 20 additional Gen III Pokemon began appearing around 21:00 UTC on Thursday, December 21, 2017.[3]
38 December 14, 2017 Nests migrations resume as normal.
37 December 8, 2017 Nest changed immediately, because 50 additional Gen III Pokemon began appearing around 19:45 UTC on Friday, December 8, 2017.[4]
36 November 30, 2017
35 November 16, 2017
34 November 2, 2017
33 October 20, 2017 Intermittent changed due to Halloween event spawns.
32 October 19, 2017 Hoenn Ghost-type Pokémon began to appear during the Halloween event.
31 October 5, 2017
30 September 21, 2017
29 September 7, 2017
28 August 24, 2017
27 August 10, 2017
26 July 27, 2017
25 July 13, 2017
24 June 29, 2017
23 June 15, 2017
22 June 1, 2017
21 May 18, 2017
20 May 4, 2017
19 April 20, 2017
18 April 6, 2017
17 March 23, 2017
16 March 9, 2017
15 February 23, 2017 Nests resume their bi-weekly interval.
14 February 16, 2017 Johto Pokémon released, nest changed immediately around 23:00 UTC.
13 February 9, 2017
12 January 26, 2017
11 January 12, 2017
10 December 29, 2016
9 December 15, 2016
8 December 1, 2016
7 November 17, 2016
6 November 3, 2016
5 October 20, 2016
4 October 6, 2016
3 September 26, 2016
2 August 22, 2016
1 July 29, 2016

Videos

Pokemon GO Nests! - The Silph Road Nest Atlas

Pokemon GO Nests! - The Silph Road Nest Atlas

Guide to Nests

Trivia

  • Pokémon Nests are not clearly visible during the gameplay, but they are in places where the higher amount of spawnpoints for one specific Pokémon species occurs more than once.

External links

References

  1. Community Note: Upcoming Changes to Pokémon GO. Pokémon GO Live. Retrieved on 2018-10-09.
  2. New Gen III wave is LIVE!. /r/TheSilphRoad. Retrieved on 2018-01-23.
  3. Gen III Water/Ice Types Are Live. /r/TheSilphRoad. Retrieved on 2017-12-28.
  4. New Generation III species have begun appearing in Pokemon GO!. /r/TheSilphRoad. Retrieved on 2017-12-14.