Pokémon GO Tips: How To Track Pokémon Nests, and How To Be Full Of Candies

Pokémon GO is a tricky game if you are one of the players who just got to catch them all. Out there in the wild tonnes of Pokemon wait for you, but most of them are duplicates, and we all know the feeling of finding tenth Pidgey in a row, while the one missing just don’t appear anywhere.

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Of course, you can go to the forest, where Bulbasaur usually appears, or to the nearest river bank where Magikarp waits just for you. But, what if you knew where a specific Pokémon will spawn, and instead roaming through the fields you could just go to the nest and catch the one missing in your collection, and then catch it again, and again?

Nests places where specific Pokémon spawn can be found if you’re looking long enough, but there is an easy way to track them. This can be especially handy for tracking rare Pokemon nests since they are always hunted down quickly after they spawn. Visit this site and discover locations of every Pokémon Nest out there, and do it quickly since Niantic started closing Pokémon-tracking sites a while ago. Not just that, Niantic also switches spawn points (nests) regularly, so it’s good to have a list of all changes. And we have it; below you can see all nests redesigns that happened on July 19th, the last time Niantic performed nest switch.

( before )         ( after )

  • Dratini            Eevee
  • Eevee             Magikarp
  • Magikarp        Pinsir
  • Tauros            Magmar or Pinsir
  • Pinsir              Electabuzz or Magmar
  • Magmar          Electabuzz or Jynx
  • Electabuzz      Jynx or Scyther
  • Jynx                Scyther or Staryu
  • Scyther           Staryu
  • Mr. Mime         Staryu or Goldeen
  • Staryu             Goldeen
  • Goldeen          Horsea
  • Horsea            Tangela or Rhyhorn
  • Kangaskhan    Rhyhorn
  • Tangela            Rhyhorn
  • Lickitung          Exeggcute
  • Hitmonchan     Voltorb
  • Hitmonlee        Krabby or Drowzee
  • Cubone             Drowzee or Onix
  • Exeggcute        Onix or Gastly
  • Voltorb             Gastly
  • Krabby             Shellder
  • Drowzee           Seel
  • Onix                  Seel or Doduo
  • Gastly               Doduo or Magnemite
  • Shellder           Magnemite or Slowpoke
  • Seel                   Slowpoke or Ponyta
  • Doduo               Ponyta
  • Farfetch’d         Ponyta
  • Magnemite       Geodude or Tentacool
  • Slowpoke         Tentacool
  • Ponyta              Bellsprout
  • Geodude           Bellsprout or Machop
  • Tentacool          Machop or Abra
  • Bellsprout         Poliwag
  • Machop             Poliwag Growlithe
  • Abra                   Growlithe or Mankey
  • Poliwag             Mankey or Psyduck
  • Mankey             Meowth or Diglett
  • Psyduck            Diglett
  • Meowth            Venonat
  • Diglett              Paras
  • Venonat           Oddish
  • Paras                Oddish or Jigglypuff
  • Oddish              Jigglypuff
  • Jigglypuff          Vulpix or Clefairy
  • Vulpix               Clefairy or Nidoran
  • Clefairy             Nidoran
  • Nidoran            Sandshrew or still Nidoran
  • Sandshrew       Pikachu
  • Ekans               Spearow
  • Caterpie           Squirtle
  • Squirtle            Charmander
  • Charmander    Bulbasaur
  • Bulbasaur        Still Bulbasaur

Now you have information on where to find specific Pokémon types, and a way of collecting lots of candies, just go to the nearest nest and start hunting duplicates. Just be aware that Niantic announced they will soon start rotating nests on a daily basis. So, use this info fast, because when Niantic starts daily rotations, the level of confusion will go over 9000.