Master Nest

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The Master Nest

A Nest Report

Welcome to The Master Nest! This is the ultimate resource for Pokémon Go nests. We offer a list of the top worldwide nests organized by Pokémon species, separated by generation; plus a GPX section where you can get a custom route for the nest you wish to play on. Hop around the pages and start hunting!

Our home and base of operations is the CoolDown Club discord server, which you can access [here]. You can find organized raids, rare Pokémon spawns, mini-games and much more! Plus it is the best place to report any discrepancies you may find in this report, as we manually research and submit each nest each migration.

And keep in mind the following list, these are the only species that nest, any other Pokémon is only obtainable through regular spawns, eggs, research or raids!


Bellsprout, Buneary, Bunnelby, Chinchou, Croagunk, Cubone
Drilbur, Dwebble, Eevee, Ekans, Electrike, Gastly
Glameow, Kricketot, Litleo, Machop, Miltank, Murkrow
Natu, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Oddish, Phanpy, Pidgey
Pidove, Pikachu, Poliwag, Rhyhorn, Skorupi, Spearow
Spinarak, Spoink, Stantler, Stunky, Sudowoodo, Teddiursa
Trapinch, Venipede, Whismur, Wurmple

North Hemisphere only:

Bidoof, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Deerling (Autumn)
Jigglypuff, Slowpoke, Totodile, Vulpix

South Hemisphere only:

Clefairy, Deerling (Spring), Oshawott
Snivy, Tepig, Tympole

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This is migration 158. This one was mischievous.

Hey everyone! Welcome to the Season of Mischief, which promises to be a fun time for the next few months.

In regards to nests, this new season means that once again the nesting pool has shifted around, bringing back some familiar faces, leaving out some species and presenting some new additions to the pool that have never been in nests.

We've done our best to narrow down our list of nesting species to what we were able to manually verify with the list of nests that we manage on every migration cycles. Some species have been reported as nesting but we didn't find any evidence among our nests. Of course this doesn't necessarily mean they don't nests, so I'll be sure to update our nesting pool as soon as we confirm their status.

For the time being, we're presenting our report as-is with the species that we could verify during our research with our limited sample size of nests. We do apologize if this is not the most accurate report but a seasonal shift is always a crazy time, and we'll be sure to update accordingly as we find out and confirm more information as I said before.

I am convinced that we're not 100% correct on this one, so please feel free to report any inaccuracies or new findings over our Discord server [here].

Thanks for stopping by; stay healthy and happy hunting!