Bunny Day 2022 is coming to Animal Crossing New Horizons on Sunday, April 17. However, the Bunny Day event already started on April 10, which means the egg crafting materials and DIY recipes are already in the game. There’s no better time than now to break down the event and take a closer look at what’s in store. Specifically, we’ll show you where to find all the different Eggs in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
The Bunny Day set is one of the most extensive in all of Animal Crossing, consisting of:
- 22 Furniture items
- 22 Clothing items
- 1 Craftable fence
- 1 Wand
If you want to collect and craft every single Bunny Day exclusive item, you’d be looking at over 200 Eggs. That’s a lot of Egg collecting! Luckily, we’re here to show you where to find and collect all of the different Eggs in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
Where to Find Eggs in Animal Crossing New Horizons
There are six different types of Eggs in Animal Crossing New Horizons:
- Earth Egg
- Leaf Egg
- Sky Egg
- Stone Egg
- Water Egg
- Wood Egg
Earth Eggs are found in dig spots around the island. You can collect between four to six of these every day, and the dig spots show up in random locations around the Animal Crossing New Horizons island. Once all the Eggs are looted, they will not respawn until the next day. However, you can find more spots if you use some Nook Miles to travel to mystery islands.
Leaf Eggs can be found on special hardwood trees. Now, only up to three trees per day on your island will have these Leaf Eggs. Each tree also has three Leaf Eggs, meaning you will collect around nine Leaf Eggs per day. Similar to Earth Eggs, you can also spend some Nook Miles to find more on mystery islands.
Sky Eggs spawn in the sky inside of floating Bunny Day balloon presents. Look into the sky for some randomly occurring Bunny Day balloon presents, and crack them open to find Sky Eggs. These spawn continuously throughout the day, so you will be able to find lots of them. Look to the skies for the striped balloons, and you’ll normally find one for every two regular balloons you see floating around.
Stone Eggs spawn inside rocks and only have about a 20% chance to show up when you hit a rock. Stone Eggs are therefore fairly rare, showing up in a total of only six rocks per day. The chance to find Stone Eggs goes up a bit on Mystery Islands and Boat Tours, so this is one you can collect a lot of if you’re looking to do some traveling.
Water Eggs spawn in any body of water like a river, pond, or sea. They are one of the more common eggs, and you can find them continuously throughout the day with no limit. You’ll reel them in as you do some fishing, and you can find them on Mystery Islands as well, in case you get bored.
Finally, Wood Eggs show up in tree trunks and pop out when you hit the tree trunk with an axe. These are theoretically an unlimited egg type, but your number will depend on how many trees you have on your island. You can get the Wood Eggs from cedar trees, hardwood trees, and palm trees. The drop rate is about 20%, but the chance goes up to 30% for palm trees!
That’s where to find all six different eggs in Animal Crossing New Horizons! You’ll need over 30 of each egg type to craft all of the Bunny Day items.