The first few days of a new month means that new creatures will begin appearing on your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Some players may have noticed that Walking Sticks are now appearing on the island and will need to be caught to continue completing Blathers' collections. In this guide, we are going to tell you how to catch a Walking Stick in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as what months and time you can find them and how much they’re worth.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Walking Stick - Month, Time, Bells
To catch a Walking Stick in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players will need to search around different trees on their island from either 4 AM-8 AM or 5 PM-7 PM local time. Further, players in the Northern Hemisphere can find this camouflage bug from July-October, while those in the Southern Hemisphere can find it January-May.
The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Walking Stick is only worth 600 Bells and is certainly not one of the more valuable creatures in the game. However, if you’re trying to help Blathers complete his bug collection, then you’ll need to grab at least one and give it to him before they leave your island. You’ll find Walking Sticks sitting on trees during the times mentioned above. To catch one, simply sneak up to it with your net in hand and ready to swing. When you get close enough, release your net and you’ll be able to catch it. If you miss or make too much noise, you’ll likely scare it away and will have to find another.
You may have noticed that there are tons of new bugs, fish, and deep-sea creatures that players can catch this July in New Horizons. Similar to the Walking Stick, one of the more common creatures is the Cicada Shell, which you may have noticed attached to trees. Another one is Grasshoppers, which have begun appearing all over the place recently. Further, thanks to the new swimming and diving update, players can now catch a plethora of underwater creatures to help out Blathers and earn some Mermaid DIY recipes.
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As you can see, if you need a break from trying to catch Walking Sticks, there are plenty of other critters that need to be caught. If you’d like some help, we have tons of great guides on our website that will help you catch individual creatures. Further, in the links below, you’ll find some of our recent guides.
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