The image by Canadian artist Emily Damstra occupies the entirety of the reverse field. It features a portrait of a beaver in mid-dive, a gnawed portion of a tree gripped firmly by the beaver's chisel-shaped incisors. The beaver's elongated body is at the forefront, stretching from one edge to the other, as it navigates the familiar confines of its pond. Acting as a natural rudder, its iconic, leathery tail helps the beaver steady itself in the water. Its hind feet propel it towards the bottom of the pond, where it will add the long, leafy branch to its underwater food reserves in preparation for the oncoming winter.