Pokemon Go nests are essential areas for farming Pokemon and leveling up. These nests also give you a chance to acquire rare Pokemon easily. However, as we have known, these said nests are not permanent and will experience migration each and every major update. There are three recorded nests migration as to date. While most of this Nest Migration's average time interval is 20+ days apart, but, recent reports revealed that another Nest Migration just happened recently.
According to Otakukart, a fourth nest migration is happening as early as today which is only 9 days from the last reported Nest Migration. While this week was loaded with Pokemon Go news, Niantic also seems to release another Nest Migration, making it the fourth since the day the game was released. The recent news also revealed that Niantic has been shutting down these GPS spoofers and 3rd party apps as they are preparing to open the game on big countries like India and China.
Based on the previous reports, the third Nest Migration caused the Squirtle and Charmander nests to be replaced by Vulpix and Rhyhorn nests. There are also reports that Electabuzz nest is replacing the latter Pinsir nest. Same goes for Cubone nest replacing the Ekans nest. Currently, it is still hard to point out the changes of these Pokemon nests. However, it is expected to come out soon as TheSliphRoad is starting an original thread of these fourth Nest Migration.
The thread encourages the gamers to input their latest discoveries on Atlas in order to track down any of these changes made by Niantic. For those unfamiliar with the process, the modification of Nests that are inputted on Atlas depends on the reports gathered by the players. For instance, if your Dratini nest has been changed into an Eevee nest, just simply click the nest, report the changes and it will alter within a few minutes to guide the players living near your location.
More Pokemon Go updates coming soon. Stay tuned.