Grizzled Skipper (Pyrgus malvae)
They are quite a small butterfly and tend to fly close to the ground preferring soil and rocks as resting places.
The have two broods here in the south. The first brood fly in May and June and the second brood briefly in September. They lay their eggs on Wild Strawberry where possible but later in the season and in September when there is no Wild Strawberry they use other related plants like Creeping Cinquefoil, Silverweed, Bramble and Wild Raspberry, all members of the Rose family.
The Grizzled Skipper is one of the few butterflies that overwinters as a hibernating pupae.