Wetland Habitat Animals Locations – Red Dead Online

In the Naturalist role for Red Dead Online players can find and sedate animals to gather samples for Harriet. Once an animal sample is sold you receive a stamp for that animal in its collection category. One of the collections you can complete is the Wetland Habitat collection. Use our Wetland Habitat animals locations guide below to find all 13 animals in this collection.

Where to Find all Wetland Habitat Animals

The Wetland Habitat collection for the Naturalist role features 13 varying types of wetland animals to find. These animals can typically be found in wetland locations across the frontier (like Bluewater Marsh). The video by GTA Series Video does a good job in highlighting the locations of each animal you need to sedate and sample to complete the collection. The animals in the Wetland collection are as follows:

  1. American Alligator (Small): Lives in the swamp and river delta regions of Lemoyne. Smaller of the Alligators. Sample sells for $1.90.
  2. Green Iguana: On island in Flat Iron Lake to the west of Rhodes. Sample sells for $0.75.
  3. Alligator Snapping Turtle: Can be found in the swamplands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $0.70.
  4. Panther: Located in the remote forested wetlands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $4.15.
  5. Florida Panther: Located in the remote forested wetlands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $4.15.
  6. American Alligator: Lives in the swamp and river delta regions of Lemoyne – in southern Bluewater Marsh and all around Bayou Nwa. Larger of the Alligators. Sample sells for $1.90.
  7. Western Diamondback Rattlesnake: Can be found in Lemoyne, New Hanover and parts of West Elizabeth. Look for red dots on your mini-map when snakes are around. Sample sells for $0.75.
  8. Midland Water Snake: Native to the coastal shores of Roanoke Ride and swamplands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $0.75.
  9. Timber Rattlesnake: Can be found in Lemoyne, New Hanover and parts of West Elizabeth. Look for red dots on your mini-map when snakes are around. Sample sells for $0.75.
  10. Northern Copperhead Snake: Can be found in New Hanover and Lemoyne. Look for red dots on your mini-map when snakes are around. Sample sells for $0.75.
  11. Southern Copperhead Snake: Can be found in New Hanover, Lemoyne, and southern areas of West Elizabeth. Look for red dots on your mini-map when snakes are around. Sample sells for $0.75.
  12. Cottonmouth Water Snake: Native to the coastal shores of Roanoke Ride and swamplands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $0.75.
  13. Northern Water Snake: Native to the coastal shores of Roanoke Ride and swamplands of Lemoyne. Sample sells for $0.75.

The majority of the wetland animals listed above are easy to find and sample. With that said both the panthers and the water snakes are a bit of a pain to find and collect. For the panthers when you enter areas they can spawn you want to be as alert as possible since they can kill you fairly easily. For the water snakes you need to keep your eyes peeled in the water for them floating around. When you do spot one you want to swim a wide circle around them so you can get them head into the shallow sections of the shore. This makes it easier to get a sample from them since they will sink to the bottom in deeper areas if sedated.

How to Turn in the Wetland Habitat Category

Image showing the Wetland Habitat category in Red Dead Online.

Remember when you encounter any of the wetland animals you want to shoot them with the sedative ammo from your Varmint Rifle (buy from Harriet or create yourself). Once an animal is sedated approach it and collect a sample. Take the sample you’ve collected and sell it to Harriet. Upon collecting and selling all the samples of the animals listed above you will complete the set.

Once this set is completed you can turn it in for $110.00 and 1000 XP. To do this access Progress > Roles > Hover on Naturalist > Animal Field Guide > Hover on Wetland Habitats > Trade In. Once the category has been turned in your progress will reset allowing you to complete the set again for more money and XP.

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