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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!



Worldwide:

Aron, Bellsprout, Bidoof, Buizel, Bulbasaur, Bunnelby
Charmander, Ducklett, Dwebble, Eevee, Gastly, Glameow
Hoppip, Joltik, Lillipup, Litleo, Machop, Murkrow
Oddish, Phanpy, Pikachu, Poochyena, Psyduck, Rhyhorn
Roselia, Seedot, Sentret, Skorupi, Slowpoke, Snover
Spoink, Squirtle, Starly, Sudowoodo, Surskit, Trapinch
Tympole, Voltorb, Wooper, Wurmple.


North Hemisphere only:

Barboach, Caterpie, Ledyba, Luvdisc, Mudkip, Ponyta
Sunkern, Tangela, Torchic, Treecko, Yanma.


South Hemisphere only:

Chimchar, Diglett, Piplup, Spheal
Spinarak, Stantler, Turtwig, Woobat.


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This is migration 152. This one was obnoxious yet exciting.

Hey everyone! Sorry for the delay this time around, we actually had a full report ready to go about a day ago but had to fully revise it thanks to a surprise shakeup in the nesting pool. And I don't mean the new season's shakeup, I mean another one on top of that.

With the start of the new Season of Discovery on June 1st, we were already expecting the nest pool to shift around by removing and adding species to the list. And so we gathered info from around that time so that this migration we would be prepared to do our report as quickly as possible. And we actually did, we were quite on time to publish our report yesterday... and then, chaos. Turns out Niantic wasn't done with the pool changes, and removed a few species on June 11th rendering a big chunk of our report invalid.

But we're finally done re-checking! And so here's our report with the new nesting pool that we're expecting to last until September 1st once the Season of Discovery ends. Just above this blog entry you can find a list of all the current nesting species for the ongoing season.

We may have misreported some nests in the spur of re-checking, so as usual please report any and all inaccuracies over our Discord server [here].


Thanks for stopping by; stay healthy and happy hunting!

-Dex