Mourning Cloak Butterflies Herald Spring (8 photos)

The mourning cloak butterfly (Nymphalis antiopa) emerges from its hibernaculum on the first warm day in April, when the landscape is still brown from winter and everyone is looking for signs of spring. It can be a delight to see a butterfly this early in the season. No flowering

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  1. Jake–I’m glad you got it working!The method used by the Echo to control the WeMos is literally “setbinarystate” and can only do on and off. The Echo does appear to respond to a few other commands, like, “Alexa, open the garage door” but it appears to treat these the same as “on” commands. Strangely, it doesn’t seem to handle “close”. (And the handling of “open” may change since that word is also supposed to launch an Alexa Skill app now.)

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