Headwaters (1966)

This 1966 film introduces you to the delicate and vulnerable environments of the underwater world found in the upper reaches of streams.

The upper reaches of streams are a wonderful part of this world. But they are delicate and vulnerable environments, often assaulted unknowingly by human use of the land. The film introduces the “citizens” of this unique world, featuring the smallmouth bass, and shows how these creatures live and die in a small community.
Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1966).