The Nazca Hummingbird is an ancient drawing in the desert mountains of Peru. It was made between 400-650 AD and archeologists do not know the reason for its creation. There are many speculations about the Nazca Lines, the people who created them and the reason why they were made. The Hummingbird is one of hundreds of pebble drawings called geoglyphs.
The desert conditions have preserved the Nazca Lines for hundreds of years. In the new adventure novel called Days of Discovery, these ancient geoglyphs are in danger. A greedy strip-mining company may threaten the survival of this World Heritage Site. Read Days of Discovery to follow the mystery!