Patito Project, Mexico

The Patito I and II claims are located approximately 1.5km south west, and 3.0km due south of the El Pinguico mine project. The properties are sparsely explored and never drilled, yet are well located within the region to potentially host precious metal deposits.
Patito I and II Claims

The Patito I and II claims are located  approximately 1.5km south west, and 3.0km due south of the El Pinguico mine project. The properties are sparsely explored and never drilled, yet are well located within the region to potentially host precious metal deposits.

The geology of the Patito I and II claims consist of the same formations at El Pinguico: Bufa Rhyolite tuff overlain by Calderones Formation, which in turn is overlain by the rhyolite Chichindaro Formation consisting of massive bedded, crystal, vitric, welded ash, containing irregular lenses of white and pink flow breccia, poorly sorted. Over the Chichindaro rhyolite we can find the same basaltic-andesitic rock but in larger areas than in the north. In the western part of each of these claims, we find colluvium called Gravas El Capulin, which consists of unstratified and unconsolidated gravels and sands.