Plains Completes Airborne Geophysical Surveys
on Kootenay-Area Mineral Projects
B.C., 05 April, 2004: Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. (EPL:TSX-V)
has recently completed airborne geophysical surveys
on six separate mineral projects located in the East
Kootenay region of south-eastern British Columbia. The
survey was conducted by Geotech Geophysical Ltd., and
consisted of airborne magnetometer and time-domain electromagnetic
The properties subject to the survey are all owned 100%
by Eagle Plains, and include Black Diamond
(silver, lead, zinc), Wildhorse (copper,
gold), Bohan (lead, zinc), Kokanee
Creek (gold), Iron Range (copper,
gold, silver, lead, zinc) and Sphinx
(copper, gold). The total survey program took one week
to complete, and consisted of approximately 1,050 line-km
of coverage. Eagle Plains expects to receive technical
reports for the projects by mid-May, and will use results
of the surveys to help guide future exploration of the
Eagle Plains Resources continues to conduct research,
acquisition and exploration projects in western Canada.
Through a network of experienced prospectors, consultants
and contractors in addition to seasoned employees and
a well-rounded Board of Directors, the Company has assembled
a diverse portfolio of gold and base-metal properties.
Eagle Plains seeks to attract joint-venture participation
on its properties, thereby leveraging exploration spending
to the ultimate benefit of the Company’s shareholders.
In recent years, Eagle Plains has completed option agreements
with Billiton, Rio Algom, Kennecott, NovaGold/SpectrumGold
Inc., Viceroy Resource Corp. and numerous other junior
exploration companies, resulting in nearly 13,000m (43,000’)
of drilling and over $5,000,000 in exploration spending
on its properties since 1998.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors
Tim J. Termuende, P.Geo.
President and CEO