This is a guide to farming Bird Feather, a Treasure in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD for the Nintendo Switch. Learn where to get Bird Feather, its sell price, as well as what you can do with it.
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|A beautiful feather that comes from the little birds that live in areas with abundant greenery, such as in the woods.|
Bird Feathers can be found in certain locations in the Sky and the Surface. See the table below to learn where to find Bird Feathers.
|Material||Locations and Sources|
|Bird Feather||・Faron Woods|
The easiest and fastest ways to farm for Bird Feathers is to catch the small birds called Chirris at Faron Woods.
Find the small orange or yellow birds and sneak up on them. Use a Bug Net to catch them to obtain a Bird Feather.
Below is a table of bird locations in the Faron Region, indicated by a red dot.
|Recommended Bird Farming Locations|
Bird Feathers can be sold to Rupin at night for 20 Rupees.
Bird Feathers can be used to upgrade the following equipment.
・Monster Horn x3
・Dusk Relic x4
・Blue Bird Feather x1
・Bird Feather x3
・Ornamental Skull x3
・Dusk Relic x1
・Bird Feather x2
|Deku Hornet||Eldin Roller|
|Gerudo Dragonfly||Lanayru Ant|
|Sand Cicada||Sky Stag Beetle||Skyloft Mantis|
|Starry Firefly||Volcanic Ladybug||Woodland Rhino Beetle|
|Amber Relic||Ancient Flower||Bird Feather|
|Blue Bird Feather||Dusk Relic||Eldin Ore|
|Evil Crystal||Goddess Plume||Golden Skull|
|Hornet Larvae||Jelly Blob||Lizard Tail|
|Monster Claw||Monster Horn||Ornamental Skull|
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