Higo Blanco Project, Oaxaca, Mexico
(80% Minaurum Gold; 20% Gold 79)

  • The Higo Blanco project is a large, high-level epithermal vein and replacement system emplaced in limestone and volcanic rocks;
  • Robust, but poorly delineated, silver mineralization and broad zones of low-grade gold (0.5 to 1.0 g/t) mineralization that are
    mutually exclusive but spatially proximal;
  • Chargeability highs coincident with identified gold – arsenic anomalies;
  • Drilling in 2009 and 2011 encountered significant mineralization:
    HBET03 – 34.2m @ 211.7 g/t Ag
    HBET02 – 20.35m @ 0.625 g/t Au
    HBET16 – 36.6m @ 292.3 g/t Ag
    HBET11 – 20.85m @ 0.6 g/t Au
    HBET23 – 24.6m @ 186.92 g/t Ag
    HBET27 – 25.3m @ 0.796 g/t Au

Geological Model

Greyhound Project, Nunavut
(Gold 79/Agnico Eagle JV)

  • Initial project claims were staked to cover historical silver prospects assaying from 1,480 to 3,080 g/t Ag; subsequent rock samples range as high as 28.2 g/t Au and 5,380 g/t Ag;
  • The project is now a joint venture with Agnico Eagle as operator who, in conjunction with Aura’s Director Dr. James M. Franklin, have identified several outstanding gold targets;
  • Owing to COVID19, drilling of the most prospective Au and VMS targets has been postponed until early- to mid-2021; and
  • Aura currently holds a 37.1% interest in the Greyhound project.