FANDOM


The Sparrow is a species of animal found in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Location

The sparrow can be found in virtually all locations except for Gaptooth Ridge, Cholla Springs, and Río Bravo. It is rare to find in Hennigan's Stead and Grizzlies West.

Compendium

American Tree Sparrow

The American Tree Sparrow is native to the grasslands of West Elizabeth and New Hanover. As omnivores, their diet consists of berries, seeds and insects. These small birds can easily be killed by using a Bow with Small Game Arrows. Their feathers can be used for crafting.[1]

Eurasian Tree Sparrow

The Eurasian Tree Sparrow can be found in the grasslands of West Elizabeth and New Hanover. Their omnivorous diet consists of seeds, grains, and inspects. A Bow with Small Game Arrows is considered to be the best weapon for taking down small birds like sparrows. Their feathers can be used for crafting.[2]

Golden Crowned Sparrow

Golden Crowned Sparrows can be found in the brushy grasslands of West Elizabeth and New Hanover. As omnivores, their diet consists of insects, grubs, seeds, berries, and flowers. A Bow with Small Game Arrows is considered to be the best weapon for a clean kill. Their feathers can be used for crafting.[3]

Tips

Gallery

Trophies/Achievements

SkinDeep
30 gamerscoreGamerscore
Bronze bronzeBronze
Skin every species of animal in Story Mode.

Zooloogist
20 gamerscoreGamerscore
Bronze bronzeBronze
Study every animal across all states in Story Mode.


Trivia

  • Both the golden-crowned sparrow and American tree sparrow have a model of another species, the lark sparrow (Chondestes grammacus), which is a species normally found in the "Wild West".
  • Eurasian tree sparrow in real life are extremely rare, mostly localized to parts of Missouri and Illinois. The common town species, the house sparrow (Passer domesticus), is not featured in RDR2.

References 

  1. In-game description
  2. In-game description
  3. In-game description

Related Content

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.