Blue Jay (AT-12)
Blue Jay is a nickel, copper sulphide occurrence located 9.5 km northeast of Eagle’s Nest. It contains pervasive, low grade nickel and copper occurring as finely disseminated pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite and pentlandite, constrained within an ultramafic dike measuring on average: 1,400 metres in length, by 200 metres in width, by 600 metres in length, and plunging to the south-southwest at 65 to 70 degrees.
Thunderbird is a large tonnage iron-vanadium-titanium deposit, currently classified as an occurrence located 12 km northeast of the Eagle’s Nest deposit and 2 km east of the AT12 occurrence. It is demarcated by a magnetic high which trends north-south as part of a magnetic anomaly that is 7 km long, and 3 km wide.
Triple J Gold Zone
Triple J Gold Zone is a large, low-grade zone of gold mineralization related to the sheared contact between the peridotite and the hanging wall granodiorite 2 km southwest of Eagle’s Nest. Triple J ranges in thickness from several centimetres to tens of metres with a strike length currently defined at 1 km and to a depth of 300 metres.
Eagle Two is a shear hosted nickel-copper-PGE occurrence which varies in thickness between 10-200m, located within and adjacent to the Blackbird chromite deposit. The mineralization occurs in a series of massive to brecciated sulphide veins containing pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, and pentlandite.
The Sanderson property is a 70 claim block located 40km north east of Eagle’s Nest. It hosts a large mafic intrusion similar to the Black Thor intrusion and is prospective for Ni-Cu-PGE and chromite.
The Kyle Property consist of a kimberlitic body that was discovered in 1993 and is located approximately 70 kilometres east of the Ring of Fire. The kimberlite body was tested for diamonds and was found to contain promising contents of micro- and macro-diamonds of varying carats. No exploration work on this property has taken place since the early 2000’s.
The MacFadyen Properties consist of 4 kimberlitic bodies that were discovered between 1995 and 1996 located and are approximately 7 kilometres north of the Victor Diamond Mine. All kimberlites were tested for diamonds and were found to contain promising contents of micro- and macro-diamonds of varying carats. No exploration on these properties has taken place since 2007.