SOURCE: Delta Mining and Exploration

November 26, 2007 08:00 ET

Apex GeoScience on the Ground and Ready to Begin Phase III Exploration

MISSOULA, MT--(Marketwire - November 26, 2007) - Delta Mining and Exploration (PINKSHEETS: DMXC) is pleased to announce that after a brief delay in mobilizing and assembling the work crew and equipment, Apex GeoScience is on the ground and ready to begin Phase 3 Sampling.

Representatives from Apex visited the Homestead Property and have conducted all preparatory work. Unfortunately due to the delays in getting all the equipment and crew on premises the end date of this project had to be slightly pushed back.

The schedule according to Apex is as follows: Day 1-10 Homestead Kimberlite. Trenching and Baggins of kimberlite sample from a minimum of 4 trenches separating mantle xenoliths, HK and Breccia material for processing. The amount of the sample will be as follows -- approximately 5-10 tonnes of xenoliths (if available); approximately 5 tonnes breccia and 15-20 tonnes HK. Day 11 will consist of loading all the samples onto the trucks and taking them to the laboratory in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

SRC laboratory has scheduled the sample to be processed in early January 2008, and the results will be disclosed as they are made available.

Delta will continue to update the process and the company website, will be hosting pictures taken from the work site.

About Delta Mining and Exploration, Corp:

Delta is a mineral exploration company with an extensive portfolio of diamond properties in Montana, USA. Delta controls some 7500 acres throughout Montana located within the Wyoming Craton where much of North America's diamonds have been found.

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