Hunting for eagles is only one of many options available in Red Dead Revolver 2 and Red Dead Online.
Your success in the main narrative or online mode will depend on your ability to find Eagles, and this guide will show you exactly where you may find them. These Red Dead Redemption 2 Eagle sites will make it easier for you to knock down this enormous bird.
There are a few things to bear in mind if you want to hunt Eagles in Red Dead Redemption 2. First, the Varmint Rifle is the best method to obtain a clean kill and maximize the number of Eagles you takedown, so make sure you’ve got enough ammunition before you walk out.
Eagles are the next band you’ll want to keep an eye out for. Using your ears is the greatest method to identify them. When you hear the unmistakable sounds of eagles, look up into the sky and see if you can see one.
Eagle spawning may be seen around Owanjila Dam, which is located just west of Strawberry.
Owanjila Dam’s N-shaped bend is a perfect spot for seeing an Eagle that is likely to spawn nearby. Look for it in the neighboring trees, rocks, and sky.
At Bard’s Crossing, RDR2, you will find the Eagle. Bard’s Crossing, located just west of Flatneck Station, is the next area where an Eagle may spawn. Check the railings of the railroad lines that span across the river for an eagle sitting.
Dead Eye may be used from afar to rapidly bring it down. The last two spots may be located north of Cumberland Falls at Cattail Pond. North of the road fork north of Cattail Pond, you’ll find the first spawn. At Cattail Pond, you’ll find the second nesting location for bald eagles just west of Cattail’s famous letter “C.” Always keep an eagle eye out and their cries in mind while searching for these majestic birds.
- The Bald Eagle-
The Ambarino and West Elizabeth mountain ranges are home to the Bald Eagle. Squirrels, raccoons, rabbits, and prairie dogs are also prey for these ravenous opportunistic predators.
When it comes to bringing down an eagle this large, the Varmint Rifle is the weapon of choice.
Crafts may be made from their feathers.
- The Golden Eagle
Ambarino and West Elizabeth are home to the Golden Eagle, an eagle unique to the mountains.
Small mammals, reptiles, birds, and fish are all prey for the predator’s razor-sharp talons.
An eagle of this size should be taken down with a Varmint Rifle, which is regarded as the greatest weapon. Crafting with their feathers is possible.
If you discover an area where you can easily strike the bird, you may mark it down and wait for it to return, exactly as with owls. Swadbass Point’s dock end is a good example of a spot where eagles often spawn during the day and where they may be readily struck.
When Marston kills an eagle, it turns into an x on the minimap, much like all other dead things (if he is close enough to it). Even though eagles are bigger than most other bird species, it is difficult to locate them when they are on the ground.
To find an “x” on the minimap after you’ve taken them out, go in their direction after you’ve taken them out. Shooting birds and other tiny animals with powerful weapons may kill them, rendering them useless for skinning or plucking.
If a shotgun is used too near to a moving bird, it may limit its feather production (i.e. only 3 feathers). It is advised that Dead Eye be paired with a repeater or a sidearm. The most expensive bird feathers are those of the eagle.
An effective strategy for killing many birds at once is to locate someone who will compete with the player in terms of killing the most birds. Depending on where they breed, the birds may become eagles in places like West Elizabeth or Mexico.
Kill all the birds and collect the feathers before accepting the challenge. The player has plenty of time to finish the task since more birds will spawn fast. The birds will ultimately cease reproducing if you repeat this enough times.