Previously quite a bit ago I posted pics of a turkey that I was trying to determine gender. I thought Male but overwhelming majority said hen. Now at for sure 6 months + this turkey appears to be growing spurs. From all I read the consensus is only males grow spurs. please look over these pics and tell me if these do look like spurs appearing. I took the best pics I could and checked my other two "hens" and they have no such growths on the back of thier legs. And one is older than the one in the pics. The urgency is I thought I had 3 hens and was about to get a Tom but it appears I may have a one. I know one look at the head and most will say hen but the presence of spurs growing is what may or may not sway the gender issue. The head shot he of course tucked in his snod which I have seen hang below his beak slightly and the flash washed out how red he actually was at the time. I really would like to hear from experienced keepers if these are spurs and if females can have them too. This is a bronze/wild turkey mix. Opinions??