SOURCE: Silver Falcon Mining, Inc.

Silver Falcon Mining, Inc.

November 12, 2009 09:15 ET

Silver Falcon Mining, Inc. (SFMI), Spring/Summer Report on the Geological High Gold/Silver Mineralization Within Illinois-Central Zone

MURPHY, ID--(Marketwire - November 12, 2009) - Silver falcon Mining, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SFMI), during 2009, has had its geology department conduct an ongoing investigation of the gold and silver mineralization of War Eagle Mountain. Through geologic reconnaissance and sampling, several locations around the mountain provided evidence favorable for locating mineable mineralized ore quantities.

War Eagle Mountain benefits from an epithermal gold and silver mineralization. The mineralization is structurally controlled by fissures, shears, fractures and fracture intersections though faulting within the granite. The main types of ore include quartz veins, quartz vein stockworks, massive quartz, quartz comb structures, and quartz gangue.

The ore bearing quartz veins cut the mountain at near vertical angles and seem to carry along for considerable distances with varying gold and silver assay results. The general alignment of mineralization is north to south along the east (Oro Fino) and west (Poor Man) faces on each side of War Eagle Mountain peak. A third zone of mineralization (Central) may crosscut the first two zones just south of the peak of War Eagle Mountain at approximately fifty degrees NW to SE. The valuable occurrences of these veins exist in series along several other veins.

The preliminary surface sampling and assayed results of the mineralized ore bearing quartz veins found within the Illinois-Central zone revealed the following (reported-ounces per ton (OPT)):

Location                Vein Width (ft)       Au (OPT)        Ag (OPT)
Illinois Central            .42                16.846          111.20

Pierre Quilliam, CEO, states, "We are excited and cautiously optimistic about the Company's geological evaluation as it continues and more values/assays will be reported as they become available. This report confirms the potential that this mountain could provide an extraordinary rich presence of precious metal mineralization and are consistent with historical reports in our possession. These new results, along with forthcoming drill intercepts from our future drilling program, will be plugged into our 'RockWorks' geological computer program as SFMI moves forward with its comprehensive 3-D mapping of the mineralized zones throughout War Eagle Mountain."

Further Information contact Rich Kaiser, Investor Relations, 800-631-8127,

Silver Falcon Mining, Inc. cautions the statements made in press release constitute forward-looking statements, and makes no guarantees of future performances; actual results or developments may differ materially from projections in forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on estimates and opinions of management at time statements are made.

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    Rich Kaiser
    Investor Relations