Welcome to the Welcoming committee! Here you can find templates to use to welcome new users to this Wiki...

To use a template simply just copy the text in bold on the left side of the table (e.g: {{Welcome!}}) and paste it on the new user's talk page! Don't forget to sign your name below it! Note:Although on some templates, you don't need to separately sign your signature below them, those templates will have a note about them saying so.

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The latest updated welcoming template, it is recommended that you should welcome users with this one. Note:You do not have to separately add your signature to this one, the "--~~~~" part of the template does that for you.

Welcome to the Nature Wiki!

Hello, Welcoming committee and welcome to the Nature Wiki! We hope you enjoy it here and keep contributing. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask on the Nature Wiki Forums. You definitely should check out the Nature Wiki Manual, it has editing tips, about the Nature Wiki style, the latest recommendations, etc. You should also have look at sidebar on the left of the page, it contains important and interesting links. Lastly you should also have a look at the Main Page which contains links of interest and importance. So, once again welcome to the Nature Wiki, enjoy! --~~~~


The original welcome template...


Hello, Welcoming committee and welcome to the Nature Wiki! Thank you very much for your contributions. Hope you like it here and decide to settle down. Please ask me or on the community forum if you have any questions. And check out what's new at the Community Portal, also if you want to test your skills then go here:Nature Wiki:Sandbox. And again, Welcome!


Short, plain and simple, and most of all: funny!

Hi, Welcoming committee and welcome to the Nature Wiki. I hope you enjoy it here. Explore and find out more!!!

P.S: Please ask me any question you want! OR on the Community Zone!

oh, yes, and also see what's up at the Community Portal!

...OH! I am so forgetful, test out your edits at the Sandbox!


The default MediaWiki welcome template, you do not have to sign after this, it's already done for you, but you must replace YourUsername, with your real username.

==Hi there!==


Welcome to our wiki, and thank you for your contributions! There's a lot to do around here, so I hope you'll stay with us and make many more improvements.

Recent changes is a great first stop, because you can see what other people are editing right this minute, and where you can help.
Please sign in, if you haven't already, and create a user name! It's free, and it'll help you keep track of all your edits.
Questions? You can ask at the Help desk or on the "discussion" page associated with each article, or post a message on [[User talk:{{{1}}}|my talk page]]!
Need help? The Community Portal has an outline of the site, and pages to help you learn how to edit.

I'm really happy to have you here, and look forward to working with you!


The default MediaWiki welcome for IPs.

Welcome --- Bienvenue --- Willkommen

Hi! Welcome to the Nature Wiki!
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