Last but certainly not least are the nests. More experienced "POGO" trainers know about these but to the uninitiated, "nests" are exactly what they sound like: "nests" of a certain type of "Pokémon"! For example, a nest of "Pikachu" will spawn several of them for a set period of time. Meaning that if there’s a certain "pokemon" you’re looking for and wanting to evolve, nests are going to be your best friend. The only thing is, the game doesn’t tell you about the nests or their locations. The good news is that nests are always in the same spots they just activate at different times. So how do you find these elusive nests? Normally, you would have to go to a 3rd party site to find these but we have the inside scoop! Here are a few spots to check out:
- Samuell Farm - This nest is especially popular from Mid-April to early May when the bluebonnets are in bloom. Snap a pic of your favorite blue pokemon playing in the field for some truly Instagramable moments.
- Paschall Park - An appropriate spot for a nest as Paschall park is teeming to the brim with butterflies and other insects. Take in the sounds of nature while you score those candies.
- Town East Park - This one is perfect for everyone with both real and digital pets! Take your pup out for a stroll or let them run wild in the leash-free zone while you thin out the nest.
Of course, we can’t go into ALL of the various spots around Mesquite but there are other places like Opal Lawrence Park
where you can build your team or gather resources. Of course, half the fun in "Pokémon GO" is GO-ing out and discovering these spots for yourself! While you’re out and about don’t forget to share your selfies with your favorite partners with your favorite places.