Where a River Begins?

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A river can start at a lake, a stream or even the ocean. The port at which the river starts is called a source. Rivers that are formed from the ocean mixing in make for some great mixture of fishing as well.
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The start of any given river is called the source or headwaters. Generally rivers start in the highest location like a hill or mountain that has a source of water.
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