The fox website says
Foxes are an important part of human culture, being central characters of many myths and folklore. In the past, they were associated with forces of the supernatural. The Achumawi Indians believed that a silver fox assisted the coyote in preparing the world for the coming of the first people.
In Finland, the aurora borealis is known as revontulet ("fox fires") because it was believed that the lights were produced by a fox, painting the sky with its tail as it ran through the sky.
If it is assumed that megalithic sites relied on and/or replicated certain star directions (as above so below), is there any significance in this legend of a fox lighting the sky?
Are silver foxes supposed to be stars?