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Bavispe River

The Rio Bavispe or Bavispe River is a river in Mexico which flows briefly north then mainly south by southwest until it joins with the Aros River to become the Yaqui River, eventually joining the Gulf of California.

                                               

Bolaños River

The Bolaños River is a river in Mexico flowing through the Sierra Madre Occidental, and a tributary of Rio Grande de Santiago. It has a length of 360 km and a watershed of about 10 000 square kilometers.

                                               

Calderon River

The Calderon River is a tributary of the Lerma Santiago River that flows westward from the Altos region of Jalisco to its junction with the Lerma Santiago River in Tonala. The River contains a number of dams, including the Elias Gonzalez Chavez D ...

                                               

Escondido River (Coahuila)

The Escondido River is a stream in the state of Coahuila, Mexico, and is a tributary of the Rio Grande. The Escondido enters the Rio Grande Rio Bravo del Norte in Mexico at Rio Grande river kilometer 794 kilometres 493 mi, about 5 kilometres 3.1 ...

                                               

Fuerte River

The Fuerte River is a river in the state of Sinaloa, in northwestern Mexico. It flows from headwaters in the Sierra Madre Occidental to the Pacific Ocean in the Gulf of California.

                                               

Grijalva River

Grijalva River, formerly known as Tabasco River. is a 480 km long river in southeastern Mexico. It is named after Juan de Grijalva who visited the area in 1518. The river rises in Chiapas highlands and flows from Chiapas to the state of Tabasco t ...

                                               

Guadalupe Canyon

Guadalupe Canyon is a canyon and valley in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, Cochise County, Arizona and Agua Prieta Municipality, of Sonora. The waters of Guadalupe Canyon are tributary to the San Bernardino River joining it at its mouth at 31°13′33″N ...

                                               

Guanajuato River

The Guanajuatos River is a tributary of the Lerma River in the central near region of Mexico called the Bajio. The river begins in the silver-rich Guanajuato mountains near the state capital of Guanajuato City. The river is fed by the Guanajuato ...

                                               

Las Minas Creek

For the Las Minas River in Puerto Rico, see Rio de la Mina Coamo, Puerto Rico Las Minas Creek is one of the main tributaries of the San Martin River in southwestern San Martin de Hidalgo municipality in the Mexican state of Jalisco. The stream co ...

                                               

Mixteco River

The Mixteco River is a river of Mexico. The mountainous terrain of the region it occupies allows for no navigable rivers; instead, there are a large number of smaller ones, which often change name from area to area. The continental divide passes ...

                                               

Moctezuma River

The Moctezuma River is a river in Mexico that drains the eastern side of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. It is a tributary of the Panuco River and flows through the Mexican states of Mexico, Hidalgo, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, and Veracruz.

                                               

Panuco River

The Panuco River), also known as the Rio de Canoas, is a river in Mexico fed by several tributaries including the Moctezuma River and emptying into the Gulf of Mexico. The river is approximately 510 kilometres long and passes through or borders t ...

                                               

Rio Cuchujaqui

Rio Cuchujaqui, Arroyo Cuchujaqui or Arroyo de Alamos, is a tributary river of the Fuerte River, in the Alamos Municipality of Sonora and in El Fuerte Municipality, Sinaloa, Mexico. It has its source in the Sierra de Alamos a range in the Sierra ...

                                               

San Pedro Mezquital River

A few fish species are native to the San Pedro Mezquital River. Among these are the two surviving Characodon splitfin species, which are both highly threatened. The extinct Durango shiner Notropis aulidion was native to the Rio Tunal, which forms ...

                                               

Rio Santa Rosalia

Modern-day Rio Santa Rosalia in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur was originally named Rio Santa Rosalia de Mulege, the same name given to the Spanish mission in the town of Mulege. The river empties into the Gulf of California. The name o ...

                                               

Sacramento River (Mexico)

The Sacramento River is a short river in Mexico, the main tributary of the Chuviscar River, which in turn is a tributary of the Rio Conchos which runs entirely through the state of Chihuahua to the Rio Bravo.

                                               

Rio Salado (Mexico)

The Rio Salado, also Rio Salado de los Nadadores, or Salado River, is a river in northern Mexico, a tributary of the Rio Grande. Its basin extends across the northern portion of Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas states. It originates in the Si ...

                                               

San Juan River (Tamaulipas)

The San Juan River is the largest and most important river in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. The river feeds the El Cuchillo Dam, which provides the city of Monterrey with water. The San Juan River basin has a total surface area of 33.538 squar ...

                                               

Santo Domingo River (Oaxaca)

The Santo Domingo River in Oaxaca state, Mexico is one of the main tributaries of the Papaloapan River, rising in the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca and flowing east towards San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec, above which it joins with the Valle Nacional River t ...

                                               

Sonora River

Rio Sonora is a 402-kilometer-long river of Mexico. It lies on the Pacific slope of the Mexican state of Sonora and it runs into the Gulf of California.

                                               

Teacapan Estuary

Teacapan Estuary, is an estuary in Mexico, within the two provinces of Sinaloa and Nayarit. This long outlet drains two large coastal lagoons, Agua Grande Lagoon in Sinaloa on its northern end and Agua Brava Lagoon in Nayarit at its southern end, ...

                                               

Tehuantepec River

The Tehuantepec River is a river of Mexico located in Oaxaca. The mountainous terrain of the region it occupies allows for no navigable rivers; instead, there are a large number of smaller ones, which often change name from area to area. The cont ...

                                               

Tuxpan River (Veracruz)

The Tuxpan River in Mexico flows into the Gulf of Mexico near the city and port of Tuxpan in the state of Veracruz. Its principal sources are the Vinazco River, which rises in Hidalgo, and the Pantepec River, which rises in Puebla, both of which ...

                                               

Xanil

Xanil River, Saquilukun or downstream Agua Azul River is an approximately 30 km long river in southeastern Mexico. The river rises in the Chiapas Highlands and flows from Chiapas to the state of Tabasco into Rio Tulija. Its name originates from t ...

                                               

Rio Grande de Añasco

The Rio Grande de Añasco is a river in western Puerto Rico. Its source is in the Cordillera Central mountain range west of Adjuntas, and it flows about 40 miles westward to its mouth on the Mona Passage 4 miles north of Mayaguez. The river flows ...

                                               

Rio Grande de Loiza

The Rio Grande de Loiza is a river in the island of Puerto Rico. It is the largest river in Puerto Rico by volume. It is situated on the north coast of the island. It flows from south to north and drains into the Atlantic Ocean, a few miles east ...

                                               

Rio Grande de Manati

In the 1898 Military Notes on Puerto Rico by the U.S. it is written that the "Manati River is bounded on the east south by the Sierra Grande and on the west by the Siales ridge. It rises in the Sierra Grande, and parallel with the preceding river ...

                                               

Guajataca River

Guajataca River is a river in Lares, Puerto Rico. It is located on the northwest coast of the island. It flows from the south and drains into the Atlantic Ocean. The name was given by the original inhabitants prior to the arrival of Christopher C ...

                                               

Guanajibo River

The Guanajibo River is a river that runs through Hormigueros, Cabo Rojo, Mayaguez, San German, and Sabana Grande in Puerto Rico.

                                               

Nigua River (Salinas, Puerto Rico)

The Nigua River is a river of Salinas, Puerto Rico, which flows South to Rincon Bay in Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico.

                                               

Rio Grande de Arecibo

The Rio Grande de Arecibo is a river of Puerto Rico. The headwaters lie in the mountains to the south of Adjuntas. From there it flows north until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean near Arecibo. The tributaries lie along the side of the Cerro de Punt ...

                                               

Valenciano River

The Valenciano River is a river in eastern Puerto Rico which flows through the municipalities of Juncos and Las Piedras, Puerto Rico. After Juncos, the river reaches a confluence on the left bank of the Rio Gurabo, which is itself a tributary of ...

                                               

Yaguez River

The Yaguez River is a river located in western Puerto Rico. The Yaguez originates at 1.200 feet 370 m above sea-level in the Urayoan Mountains to the southeast of Las Marias and to the northeast of Maricao. From its inception the river runs rough ...

                                               

ABecketts Creek

ABecketts Creek is a perennial stream and a northern tributary of the Duck River and part of the Parramatta River catchment, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Adelaide and Mary River Floodplains

The Adelaide and Mary River Floodplains are a 2.687 square kilometres region comprising the adjoining floodplains of the Adelaide and Mary Rivers in the Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory. It lies east of the city of Darwin and west of Kak ...

                                               

Adelaide River

The river rises in the Litchfield National Park and flows generally northwards to Clarence Strait, joined by eight tributaries including the west branch of the Adelaide River, Coomalie Creek, Margaret River and Marrakai Creek, before discharging ...

                                               

Alberga River

The Alberga River, also known as the Alberga Creek, is an ephemeral river that is part of the Lake Eyre basin located in the Far North region of the Australian state of South Australia.

                                               

Anson Bay, Daly and Reynolds River Floodplains

The Anson Bay, Daly and Reynolds River Floodplains comprise some 2.656 square kilometres of seasonally inundated floodplains around Anson Bay, and the lower reaches of the Daly, Reynolds and Docherty Rivers entering the bay, on the west coast of ...

                                               

Archer Creek

Archer Creek, a northern tributary of the Parramatta River, is a creek west of Sydney Harbour, located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It joins Parramatta River at Meadowbank Park, Meadowbank.

                                               

Bare Creek

Bare Creek, a watercourse that is part of the Middle Harbour catchment of Sydney Harbour, is located in the northern beaches region of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Bells Creek (Blacktown, New South Wales)

Bells Creek rises in the western suburbs of Sydney about 1 kilometre 0.62 mi west by south of the Woodstock trigonometry station in Rooty Hill, and flows generally north by east before reaching its confluence with Eastern Creek, east of the subur ...

                                               

Boggywell Creek

Boggywell Creek, an urban gully that is part of the Georges River catchment, is located in the southern Sydney district of St George, in New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Breakfast Creek (Blacktown, New South Wales)

Breakfast Creek, an urban watercourse that is part of the Hawkesbury-Nepean catchment, is located in Greater Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Bremer River (South Australia)

The Bremer River, part of the lower Murray-Darling catchment, is a river that is located in the Adelaide Hills region in the Australian state of South Australia.

                                               

Broughton River (South Australia)

The river flows from the junction of the Hill River and the Yakillo Creek immediately south of Spalding in a westerly direction towards Spencer Gulf. Its mouth is located in the gazetted locality of Port Davis about 40 kilometres 25 mi north of P ...

                                               

Bungala River

The river rises in the lower Inman Valley and flows generally north west through the Fleurieu Peninsula, through primarily agricultural surroundings and drains into the Gulf St Vincent. The Bungala flows past the town of Yankalilla, and empties i ...

                                               

Cadell and Blyth Floodplains

The Cadell and Blyth Floodplains consist of the 432 square kilometres floodplain of the lower reaches of the Blyth and Cadell Rivers of northern Arnhem Land in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. It is an important site for waterb ...

                                               

Crystal Brook (creek)

The stream was named in 1839 by the explorer Edward John Eyre for its clear water. Eyre is recorded as saying that it "so forcibly reminded me of the beautiful bubbling brooks at home England that I at once named it the Chrystal Brook". In most o ...

                                               

Darling Mills Creek

The Darling Mills Creek, an urban watercourse that is part of the Parramatta River catchment, is located in Greater Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

                                               

Dry Creek (South Australia)

Dry Creek or Dry Creek Drain is a seasonal stream in South Australia which passes through the Adelaide suburbs of Modbury, Walkley Heights and Pooraka. The nearby suburb of Dry Creek and Dry Creek railway station are named after the stream.