Deet ProjectThe DEET property is located eighty-five kilometres northeast of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. The property is in the centre of the Livingstone Creek placer gold camp, which has produced more than 14,000 ounces of placer gold since 1905. Two historic samples of mineralized quartz float from the property returned 303 g/t gold, 8.24 g/t silver, and 23.4% antimony and 66.5 g/t gold, 2,756.5 g/t silver, 30.4% arsenic and 6.3% lead (Yukon Minfile).
Northern Tiger has an option to earn into a 100% interest in the Deet Project.
Korat and Birman ProjectsThe Korat property consists of 34 quartz mineral claims (1,750 acres) and is approximately 19 kilometers northwest of Kinross' Golden Saddle Zone. The Birman property consists of 24 quartz mineral claims (1,240 acres) and is approximately 15 kilometers to the southwest of the Golden Saddle Zone. Both blocks cover ground within the same district-scale geological setting as the White Gold property.
Northern Tiger has a 100% ownership of the Korat and Birman Projects.
Chopin ProjectThis property consists of 44 claims (approximately 2,300 acres) and is located approximately 20 kilometres to the southeast of the Sonora Gulch property, and was staked due to its similar geochemical signature to Sonora Gulch.
Northern Tiger has a 100% ownership of the Chopin Project, subject to Capstone Mining Corp.'s back-in rights.
*Properties above may be available for option; please contact Northern Tiger Resources for further information.