We have distributed quite a lot of information about Wind Mountain in recent news releases, and I wanted to compile that information into a comprehensive video that demonstrates why we are excited about 2022 for Bravada’s Wind Mountain property.
There are two significant components to the property, and both were advanced recently. The first component is the existing 2012 resource, which has been improved with our 2021 in-fill drilling that returned better Au and Ag grades, as our model predicted. A portion of this resource may be developed into near-term “starter pit” operation, with the first step being an updated Resource with a PEA for this possibility.
The second component is the elusive “Feeder” or “Upwelling” zone. The known resource consists of widely dispersed, oxidized mineralization that formed when gold-bearing fluids rose to near-surface levels and encountered highly permeable rocks. Where those fluids traveled to those shallow levels through confined structures in impermeable rocks may well host much higher grades of gold and silver. In the video, I go through our considerable evidence that the Feeder Target is at least one of those upwelling zones and why we expect much higher grades at depth. The target area is largely covered by reclaimed mine waste from the AMAX gold mining operation and other overburden, which certainly didn’t make targeting easier!
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