Usually the start of a river is called its source and the end of
the river is called the mouth.
The start of a river is called a source.
The start of a river is called the headwaters or source; the end of a river is called the mouth. When a river flows into another river, the 'mouth' of the river is called the confluence.
The mouth of the river is NOT called the start. The mouth is the end of a river. The headwaters refers to the starting point(s). The starting point is called the source.
The start of a river is called the "source" or "headwaters". The end of the river is called the "mouth" or "outlet".
The start of a river is known as it's source.
It's called a headwater.
The start of a river is called the source or the head.
at the start of the river Avon is the start of the river.
in a city called Al-Morogran
there is a river in toronto canada called the humber, i know it ends in lake ontario but where does it start ?
Where does the Flint River start?
Because 'source' means where a thing begins or starts.
where did the congo river start at
No, a river can't start from the ocean, but it can start from mountans and lakes.
The yellow river is called the yellow river
cause the Mississippi Indians lived in the Mississippi territory and they named Mississippi after the Mississippi river
The bottom of a river is called the river bed.
The bottom of the river is called the river bed.
The Congo river does not start in the Rocky Mountains.
The Numbers Start with the River was created in 1971.
the river is called the tyron river and lala river and ibi river
Danube river, Delaware river
Where a river starts often high in a mountain is called a headwater. It usually doesn't start in one specific place, but in many locations high in the mountains.
it is called the tumber river
The source of the River Severn, is in a deep, blanket-peat bog, on the slopes of Plynlimon, the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains, Wales.