Sego Geologist Daniel Takagawa, mapping a trench on the Miner Mountain Property. Fragments of malachatized – carbonatized oxide Regal Zone. From DDH 16 at 71.98m Field of View is 20 mm by 20mm. Banded Bornite and Chalcopyrite at the junction of two calcite veins, in a propylitically altered intrusive(?).   0.75% Cu 0.12 g/t Au 2 g/t Ag  69.19-72.24m. Morecore Diamond Drilling on the Property in 2010. Citation presented to Sego Resources Inc.  in Recognition of Outstanding Reclamation Achievement presented by the Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation. Sego Geologist Sean Daly (at left) logging drill core from the Miner Mountain property, with Technical Advisory Board Member Dr. Vic Preto, (centre) and President Chris Sampson. (right) Chalcopyrite vein DDH 21. Field of view is 10 cm, width of vein is 2.6 cm. Reclamation of the Regal Zone done  by the Upper Similkameen Indian Band.  The Regal zone was an abandoned mine site which was fully reclaimed and restored to the natural state. Sego Resources Inc, Geologist Curt Kauss, examining an Outcrop on the Miner Mountain Property. A percussion drill working on the Miner Mountain Property. These track mounted drills can drill two 100m holes in a day allowing for rapid definition of mineralized zones.