'Pokémon Go' Nest Changes: All the new Pokémon spawns reported by The Silph Road

Mic

Pokémon Go nests are changing yet again. That means everything you knew about the nests in your area is now useless information. Don't worry, though, the experts at Silph Road are already tracking some of the biggest changes following the 10th Pokémon Go nest migration.

Pokémon Go nest changes: All the differences reported so far

The Silph Road is hard at work updating its Global Nest Atlas, which tracks Pokémon Go spawn locations around the world. In the meantime, players are reporting noticeable changes in their own neighborhoods and some patterns have already become clear.

Heavy rounded up some of the Pokémon Go nest changes that have already been reported. Here's the full list:

Abra –> Bulbasaur

Abra –> Charmander

Bulbasaur –> Pidgey

Charmander –> Kabuto

Diglet –> Ghastly

Diglett –> Jynx

Diglett –> Mankey

Doduo –> Rhyhorn

Ekans –> Jigglypuff

Exeggcute –> Squirtle

Geodude –> Caterpie

Goldeen –> Bulbasaur

Goldeen –> Doduo

Jigglypuff –> Clefairy

Krabby –> Charmander

Machop –> Abra

Omanyte –>Meowth

Paras –> Diglet

Paras –>Eevee

Psyduck –> Paras

Sandshrew –> Squirtle

Seel –> Drowzee

Shellder –> Bulbasaur

Shellder –> Seel

Tentacool –> Vulpix

Voltorb –>Magnemite

Weedle –> Squirtle

Pokémon Go nest changes: How to report new Pokémon spawns

If you've noticed new Pokémon nests in your area there are a few different ways to share that information. The easiest thing to do is simply comment on this thread in the Silph Road subreddit with the data you've found. If you're willing to do a little more work you can submit your findings directly to the Global Nest Atlas.

Niantic seems to be rolling out major nest migrations every two weeks. So it's possible none of these changes will last very long. Still, it's worth sharing the information if it can help another player fill out their Pokédex.

Pokémon Go tips, tricks and guides

If you're ready to track down new Pokémon Go nest locations, you may also want to check out Mic's other Pokémon Go content. Here are guides on how to catch Gen 2 baby Pokémon, the 98 Gen 2 Pokémon that have yet to be added to the game, how to catch Pikachu and his adorable new Christmas hat, our analysis of post-update Chansey and Rhydon, everything you need to know about finding the long-awaited Pokémon Ditto, how to create new PokéStops, how to maximize your chances of catching Pokémon and how PokéStops distribute Pokémon eggs.