I know turkeys will have multiple beards, but has anyone taken a turkey with multiple spurs? We have a tom that has been hanging around my work building, and he has double spurs on one leg - ~1-1/4" and a ~1" and on the other leg, he has two nubs....first time that I have seen this, and was curious as to how common this is....
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I saw one in a local NWTF publication a couple years ago like that. The one side had a full sized spur on one leg with small "jake spurs" on each side of it (above and below). The other leg had a full sized spur and a jake spur above it. I wanna say it was the MD NWTF publication and it was killed in Western MD on public land, but don't quote me on that.
2013-2014 season totals 1 Bufflehead 1 Gadwall 1 Black duck 1 Hoody 3 Mergs 3 Cans 4 Geese 4 Wood ducks 1 Mallard 3 doe 1 buck 1 fall turkey