Tumipampa Drilling Campaign Is Underway 

MONTREAL -  Dynacor Gold Mines Inc. reported that it has commenced Phase 1 of its 2011 drilling campaign consisting of 16,700 meters of drilling of its 100% owned Tumipampa property located in southern Peru. This property is host to a Cu-Au (copper-gold) mineralized skarn deposit as well as vein and disseminated gold mineralization and is found in the heart of the Andahualas-Yauri formation where many world class mines and Cu-porphyries and polymetallic skarn deposits have been discovered such as Tintaya, Antapacay, Las Bambas, Los Chancas, Haquira and Constancia.

The objective of the drilling campaign is to focus on the 4.1 km by 1.2 km skarn ore deposit in order to determine the depth of mineralization and to verify the high-grade gold and copper mineralization reported in surface channel samples. Three to four drill holes will target each of the 4 anomalous mineralized zones that have been identified by the surface geological studies.

During Phase 1 a total of 14 holes will be drilled to depths of between 300 to 600 meters with first results expected early March 2011. The company has built 5 km of access roads to the drilling site and a first group of 3 drilling platforms have been excavated. Initial drilling will be done in anomalous zone 2 of the skarn. Subsequent drill results will be released on a regular basis as they become available. With success of the drilling results, management may consider deploying an additional diamond drilling rig to Tumipampa.