Sonoro Gold field work identifies potential for resource expansion at Cerro Caliche

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Sonoro Gold Corp CEO Kenneth MacLeod joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share significant findings from the company's surface sampling and detailed geologic mapping program conducted in the northwest region of their property. The program has revealed three linear structural corridor repetitions with anomalous gold, silver, and base metal mineralization, along with a visually inferred fourth corridor.

MacLeod explained to Proactive that although only slightly over 30% of the known mineralized gold zones at Cerro Caliche have been explored, the Northwestern Corridors Area has been identified as a priority drilling target for future operations. The structural and veined corridors are located adjacent and parallel to the El Rincn and Veta de Oro vein zones, where previous drilling results have confirmed the presence of gold-silver mineralized intervals.

Additionally, MacLeod mentioned that the planned expansion, along with the scheduled infill drilling targeting the higher-grade bodies of gold mineralization at the El Colorado and Guadalupe vein zones, has the potential to enhance the overall economics of the Cerro Caliche project. These efforts are aimed at further delineating and expanding the resource base of the project, ultimately contributing to the project's viability and profitability.

The findings from the surface sampling and detailed geologic mapping program highlight the prospectivity of the Northwestern Corridors Area and reaffirm Sonoro Gold Corp's commitment to continued exploration and resource expansion at Cerro Caliche. Sonoro Gold anticipates production within the next 12 to 18 months, which will further support their drilling activities and unlock the project's full potential.

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