Certain species of Pokemon regularly move locations across the world, which is known as "nesting". Nesting takes place every two weeks in Pokemon GO in order to provide players with a fresh and different playing experience. As stated earlier, only some species of Pokemon can nest out in the wild. If you would like to know whether or not a Pokemon you're hunting can be found in a nest, view our list of Pokemon that nest.
All of the nests below have been submitted to us from players across the world and verified by our staff. We only list mega nests, which are much bigger (and better) than the regular nests! You'll have no trouble finding the shiny you want within a couple hours at these locations. Know the location of a mega nest not listed? Contact us and we'll get it added ASAP!
ARSpoofing's Shiny Party
Join us for today's shiny party winner, Eevee!
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