One of the many illustrious features found within the massive open-world sandbox of RDR2 is the massive roster of wildlife found throughout the game. However, the spawns for the wildlife in the story mode versus the online mode can differ in certain cases drastically. One fine example of this is none other than with Roseate Spoonbills. In stark contrast to how it spawns in the story mode, spoonbills in the online mode can be one of the rarest animals to find.
With that in mind, we at KeenGamer went out and gathered all the information we could on where these pesky birds like to spawn. That said, in this guide, you will find several possible locations where you can find Spoonbills in RDR2. Please note before you go off in search of them that they will spawn randomly and will probably not be at some of these locations we have listed. Due to that, we advise in the event of this to start a new session until you manage to find a location that these birds are currently at.
Spoonbills, in general, are primarily hunted for the daily challenge that requires them. Their feathers can also be used in crafting certain items. You can also recognize Spoonbills out in the wild by the rosy color of their feathers. The birds also can be found spawning almost exclusively in the Bayou Nwa area in Lemoyne. And the best way to hunt Spoonbills would be with the Varmint Rifle.
Furthermore, we also recommend checking out some of our other articles for more on Red Dead Redemption 2, especially the RDR2 Online Evergreen Huckleberry Location Guide, as one of the locations where you can find spoonbills is also a location to find these berries. If you haven’t already bought the game, you can get it for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #1 Kamassa River
For our first location, you are going to need to head in the area northeast of the Kamassa River. As shown by the image above, Roseate Spoonbills tend to spawn in the general area around those markers on the map.
For this particular area, it is also worth noting that these birds may spawn in this area more often than not at nighttime. Furthermore, remember to use eagle eye to spot them out easier, as they can be a little tricky to spot both at night and in the thick swamp environment.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #2 Caliga Hall
The next location on our list is the area south of Caliga Hall on the map along the coast. In this area, it has been reported numerous times that Spoonbills spawn in the locations marked on the map in the image above.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #3 NorthEast of Caliga Hall
The next RDR2 Spoonbill location can be found northeast from Caliga hall and northwest of Saint-Denis as shown by the image above.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #4 West of Kamassa River
Next is also an area you can find many evergreen huckleberries in. In the spot marked in our image above is where you will possibly find some Spoonbills. Please note that these birds may only spawn in this location at night, as we were only able to find them there at night.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #5 Northwest of Saint-Denis
In the swamp area northwest of Saint-Denis, you can sometimes find Spoonbills spawning in the location marked on the map. When you visit this area, be sure to watch out for Alligators, as they tend to spawn in this area, as well.
Roseate Spoonbill Location #6 East of Bluewater Marsh
The final location on our list lies east of Bluewater Marsh on the map. In this area, you will potentially find four locations where these birds spawn. That said, we have arrived to the conclusion of this guide. However, below we will also list an overview of all the locations with some additional areas to check for these birds.
Roseate Spoonbill Location Overview
These are all the RDR2 Spoonbill spawn locations that we have so far. In the green cycles we added are some additional locations where they can also potentially spawn.
We hope this guide will help ease the pain of trying to find these pesky birds. Also, feel free to leave feedback regarding what you thought about our list, and how it can be further improved. Until next time, readers, and be safe out there, partners!