Caza Gold Corp. (CVE:CZY) reports that it has staked eleven new properties.
The press release is quoted as saying:
Caza now holds approximately 100,000 hectares spanning 77 km long by 25 km wide within this newly identified high-sulfidation epithermal gold trend. Caza has commenced reconnaissance mapping and sampling of these alteration systems to prioritize them for detailed gold exploration. The alteration zones occur in the same Tertiary volcanic belt that hosts multiple epithermal precious metal deposits from Mexico all the way to Panama.
Caza Gold’s President and CEO, Dr. Greg Myers says:
“Caza believes the Central Nicaragua Gold Belt has not been well explored for high sulfidation epithermal gold mineralization because most of the historic and current gold mines are of the low sulfidation type. Caza’s highly experienced team of exploration professionals in Nicaragua continue to advance early stage exploration on both the Los Andes Property and the newly acquired gold properties.”