The Red fox usually has a red-brown coat with a white-tipped bushy tail. It has a native range across the northern hemisphere.
Thanks to Clive Lloyd for the above photo of a very red fox
The tail is called a brush
The red summer coat with black backs to ears, black markings on front of legs and a white-tipped tail
The winter coat has a silvery-grey wash. This suburban fox is a regular in my garden.
Sometimes the tail tip is black and, rarely, the whole coat is black or white (in other countries it can also be honey-coloured).
In sly mode. Eyes can be yellowy-green or brown. Primarily a carnivore (eating mainly rodents but also birds and even worms), it will eat fruit/vegetables.
Red fox, female, called a vixen (ragged tail: cubs have used tail as toy)
Fox and geese