Gold, Silver, Zinc, Copper, Lead
The Ozzna Creek Project is comprised of thirty-six (36) unpatented mining claims located on State of Alaska public lands wholly within the McGrath B-2 Quadrangle. There are several prospects within the project area whereby they form part of a widespread polymetallic mineral belt, the Farewell Mineral belt and were one of several in a block of claims, known collectively as the BMP project, prospected by International Tower Hill Mines. The Ozzna Creek prospect is located on a west-flowing tributary of the Windy Fork of the Kuskokwim River. It consists of base metal sulfide veins and replacement deposits in an extensive quartz-sericite-pyrite halo rimming a 450-meter-wide, quartz monzonite breccia pipe. The pipe forms the core of a distinctive, precipitous, 7,205-foot -high peak. A biotite separate from the quartz monzonite pipe gave a K-Ar age of 58 Ma.
- The Ozzna creek prospect consists of base metal sulfide veins and replacement deposits within an extensive quartz-sericite-pyrite halo rimming a 450 meter wide, rugged, quartz monzonite breccia pipe forming the core of a distinctive, precipitous, 7,205-foot –high (2,197 m) peak.
- Historic data to be reviewed
- Drill testing to unlock a new base metals province.