Figure 1: Regional Location Map of the Property

The Beryl Tong Rare Earths/Metals Project

Located in North Western British Columbia, the Beryl Tong Project consists of two claim blocks with a combined area of 405.10 hectares (1001 acres).  The Beryl Tong property sits within the Alaskan belt along the southern portion that extends into British Columbia.  The property shows promise of potential for prospectivity in REEs, tin and tungsten. The area’s geological foundation is predominantly coarse-grained biotite granite, interspersed with miarolitic cavities and pegmatitic zones, indicative of a complex subsurface environment.

Project Highlights

Wolframite Zone

Characterized by sub-parallel quartz veins and greisen, this zone spans about 200 meters. The slopes are extensively covered with coarse talus, affecting the exposure of potential mineralization.

Emerald and Beryllium Indicators

The presence of beryl needles in one vein hints at the early stages of emerald formation. Additionally, beryllium assays near the Wolframite zone were recorded.

Partridge Zone Findings

Initial assessments in this area revealed rare earth elements, including gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, ytterbium, and samarium. Samples from this zone showed alteration, quartz veining, and a dark-colored opaque mineral.

Regional Fluorine Anomalies

The BC Government’s silt sampling program has identified elevated fluorine levels in nearby creeks, which may suggest an extended area of mineralization.