Egret locations in Red Dead Redemption 2

Learn more about the various Egret locations available for players to hunt at in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online.


If you’re striving to hunt down every animal in Red Dead Redemption 2, or just looking to complete a daily challenge in Red Dead Online, then knowing the locations of each and every creature in Rockstar’s latest open world is going to be important. To help you out, we’ve put together this guide, which details several Egret locations, where you can find these crane-like birds.

Egret locations in Red Dead Redemption 2

If you’re looking to hunt down Egrets, then you’re going to find yourself with a few different possible types to look out for. These types include the Little Egret, Reddish Egret, and the Snowy Egret. They can each be found in the same general area, but it’s important to know the difference if you’re trying to hunt down each type of animal in the game.

Snowy Egret location in Red Dead Redemption 2
A Snowy Egret after it has been shot in Red Dead Redemption 2.

To hunt for Egret, you’re going to want to head down to the swamplands of the Bayou Nwa. Just north around Saint Denis, players can find several possible Egret spawn locations. You can also find a few possible spawns west of Saint Denis, so you’ll have plenty of area to look out for these creatures in the wild. If you’re going to go for perfect carcasses, then you’re going to want to make use of the Varmint Rifle to hunt for the Egrets that you need.

Egret locations in Red Dead Redemption 2
Bayou Nwa is a great place to look for Egret spawns.

Due to their look and size, Egrets can look very similar to other birds like the Spoonbill. Because of this, make sure you’re always checking the type of animal you’re aimed at before taking your shot, as you can scare away others in the area when shooting.

Now that you know where to find Egret locations, you can head back over to our Red Dead Redemption 2 guide for even more in-depth content.

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