A little Killdeer Chick following it's parent around. There were 6 chicks all together. Every time the parent would stop somewhere, all the chicks would try and get underneath her. In one of the photos, you can see all 6 chicks laying in the grass after the mother stood up and moved walked away.
Bright orange-brown wings held with forewings angled above hind wings. Males have a thin black line through the centre of the forewing, parallel to the leading edge. Small Skipper is similar but lacks black tips to the antenna (best-viewed head-on) and has longer scent brand, angled to the edge of the forewing.