Cuervo Reports Updated Mineral Resource Estimate on Cerro Ccopa

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Cuervo Reports Updated Mineral Resource Estimate on Cerro Ccopane Iron Project
in Peru: 56 Million Tonnes Measured and Indicated; 576 Million Tonnes Inferred 
* Overall NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate includes 55.6 million tonne
measured and indicated resource at a grade of 46.7 % Fe, and 576.4 million tonne
inferred resource at a grade of 43.4% Fe. 
* Initial Bob 1 zone inferred resource estimate: 453.5 million tonnes at a grade
of 42.0% Fe over 2,200 meter strike length, open in all directions. 
* Further advanced exploration work recommended to refine resource estimates and
to assess multi-billion tonnes potential outlined by geophysical modeling of Bob
1 and Huillque Norte zones. 
February 26, 2013 - Toronto, Ont. 
Cuervo Resources Inc. (CNSX-FE; FWB-CRR; "Cuervo" or the "Company") is pleased
to announce the filing of an updated National Instrument 43-101 compliant report
on its wholly-owned Cerro Ccopane Iron Project in Peru. The report includes a
measured and indicated mineral resource estimate at Cerro Ccopane of 55.6
million tonnes grading 46.7% Fe and an inferred mineral resource of 576.4
million tonnes grading 42.8% Fe. 
The updated report, prepared by B.J. McKay Ltd of Cornwall, Ontario, follows the
recent completion of a $5.25 million exploration program centered on the Bob 1
zone of the Cerro Ccopane property. It notes eight distinct geological and/or
geophysical targets on the Cerro Ccopane property on which a total of
approximately 23,000 meters of diamond drilling have been completed to date on
three zones (Orcopura, Bob 1 and Huillque).  Minor amounts of drilling have been
completed on two other zones (Aurora N and S) and two other zones have not as
yet been drill tested. As recently reported, additional geophysical surveying
and refined modeling included in the recently completed exploration program
resulted in the identification of an additional anomaly nearby to Bob 1 and an
increased estimate of the geophysical indicated mineralization potential at or
nearby the Bob 1 zone from 1.1 billion to 2.4 billion tonnes. The limits of both
the Bob 1 zone and the newly identified anomaly remain open at depth, along
strike and over their widths. 
The new NI 43-101 report on the Cerro Ccopane property concludes with
recommendations for further advanced exploration work to refine current
resources estimates and to assess, in particular, the multi-billion tonne
potential indicated by geophysical survey modeling of the Bob 1 zone and the
nearby Huillque Norte zone. 
Table 1 below presents summary resource estimate results on the Cerro Ccopane
property. Table 2 presents a summary of target zones identified at Cerro Ccopane
with outlined geophysical potential and activity.  All targets are open on
Table 1
  Summary of Resource Estimates: Cerro Ccopane Property 
Zone           Measured &          Inferred 
(million tonnes)   (million tonnes)
Bob 1                               453.50
Orcopura         55.50                 50.83
Huillque                               55.99
Aurora North                              9.08
Aurora South                              6.97
Totals          55.50                576.37
Table 2 
Summary of Geophysical Potential & Drilling to Date 
Zone          Geophysical      Drilling to Date 
(million tonnes)       (metres)
Bob 1           2,438                 4,400
Orcopura            147                16,000
 Huillque Norte       1,265          None to date
Huillque            128                 3,000
  Aurora North           18                 1,000
  Aurora South           32                 1,100
Totals           4,028                25,500
This potential quantity of mineralization, of undetermined grade, is conceptual
in nature, and there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral
resource. It is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being
delineated as a mineral resource 
The report referred to herein was prepared by Bryan McKay M.Sc. (A.) P. Geo. of
B.J. McKay Ltd. who is a qualified person as defined in NI 43-101 and is for
purposes of NI 43-101 independent of Cuervo Resources Inc. The complete text of
the report will soon be available on SEDAR. 
The current exploration work and content of this release has been carried out
under the supervision of Mr. Velasquez Spring, P.Eng., a qualified person for
Cuervo under the definition of NI 43-101. Mr. Spring is the Chief Operating
Officer of Cuervo and a Director of the Company. 
For further information, please contact Mr. Brian Berner, CEO and a Director of
the Company, at 416-203-3957 ext 201 or Mr. Tom Berner, Investor Relations, at
416-203-3957 ext 202. Additional information about Cuervo can be found at the
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nor disapproved of the contents of this press release. 
The term "iron ore" used within this document means rocks or deposits containing
compounds from which iron can be extracted. This is not meant to imply that the
contained iron can necessarily be extracted at a profit. This document also
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to variations in the mineral content within the material identified as mineral
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unanticipated costs; difficulties attracting the necessary work force; increases
in financing costs or adverse changes to the terms of available financing, if
any; tax rates or royalties being greater than assumed; changes in mineral
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conditions; risks associated with the extreme topography of the areas in which
mineral exploration is conducted; operational and infrastructure risks; and the
additional risks described in the Company's annual financial statements and
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Cuervo Resources Inc.
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Toronto, ON,
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