Bluebird Battery Metals BATT Canegrass 2

Bluebird Battery Metals (BATT.V) has released the assay results of an additional 5 holes that were drilled on the 4,200 hectare Canegrass project in Western Australia. These five holes were designed to drill-test five VTEM anomalies, and although all holes have intersected copper, nickel and cobalt mineralization, the intervals are relatively short, as you can see in the next table:

Bluebird Battery Metals BATT Canegrass

The holes confirm the nickel-copper-cobalt mineralization is widespread all over the Canegrass project, but Bluebird is still figuring out the geological model as it needs to find a more substantial orebody before the market will recognize the discoveries. The mineralization has now been traced over a strike length of almost 5 kilometers and seems to continue to carry grade at depth, but now it’s up to Bluebird’s technical team to improve its exploration theory by connecting the dots and come up with a Phase Two exploration plan.

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