Fallout 76 throws a consistent stream of daily challenges your way, some more difficult than others. One of the trickier ones involves killing a chicken. While the killing part is rather straightforward, finding a Fallout 76 Chicken Location can take a while.
Here's what we know about where to look in your search for a Fallout 76 Chicken Location.
Fallout 76 Chicken Daily Challenge
Finding a Fallout 76 Chicken Location can be tricky not only because the chicken spawns are a tad unreliable, but also because it's easy to miss them as they're casually strolling around. Chickens are small and surprisingly stealthy, so spamming VATS while you're searching for one is a good idea.
In terms of places that count as a Fallout 76 Chicken Location there are a couple you can check regularly. The Mire to the East from the Abandoned Bunker is one. Another place to search is a hill, south of the service entrance in Whitespring. Chickens can also spawn across the river from the Overseer's Camp or next to a pickup truck on the road north of White Powder Winter Sports. It's also worth checking to the Southwest of Morgantown Trainyard, more specifically under the 64 sign on the map, on the railroad, slightly to the East. You'll want to look for a small, red rail bridge, as chickens can spawn in the vicinity.
It's worth keeping in mind that the chicken icons on the Fallout 76 map don't exactly pinpoint spawn locations. You're also not guaranteed to always find a chicken at the spots mentioned above, although they certainly can spawn there. If luck isn't on your side and server hopping doesn't help either, your best bet is to keep an eye open as you're exploring Appalachia. You might just spot a chicken casually strolling into view out of nowhere.