The Peck’s Skipper (Polites peckius) is a North American butterfly in the family Hesperiidae (skippers), subfamily Hesperiinae (grass skippers). This skipper ranges across Canada from British Columbia, as far north as Cartwright, Labrador; Moar Lake, Ontario; Leaf Rapids, Manitoba; and the Hay River area in Alberta. In the US, it ranges in most of the northern and central states, except on the west coast. This little skipper was giving me all sorts of grief until I realized that when I was getting into position to take a picture, I was blocking the sunlight. I repositioned myself and he sat like a good boy and posed for me. I took this along the road by my home in Morris County, NJ. I used a Nikon D3100 and a Nikon 85mm macro lens.