I read with interest and some disbelief the most recent article in the Camera regarding coyotes biting children in Anthem. I do not know why it is so difficult to believe that some parents and their children are feeding them. I ride my bicycle in Anthem and I have seen a mother with her two young children and the mother was telling the children “Look at the doggie” and then proceeded to let her child throw food at the coyote. I stopped and told her this was not a “doggie” but a wild animal. Of course I was told to “Mind my own business”. I fail to understand why Anthem does not educate their residents on how to coexist with wildlife. and why the DOW does not realize they are feeding these animals. What does one expect the coyote to do after a child feeds it and then it sees the child again, (and I might add I was quite surprised to read that the parents almost always are with their children when they play in open space) it will probably bite the child or anyone if no food is offered again. What a grand teaching moment for the children of Anthem, they are taught it is ok to ignore common sense because the DOW will just kill the coyote, easy fix. One resident of Anthem wanted to know how this problem of the coyotes will be fixed? I for one suggest building a wall around Anthem since obviously they need to be protected from the bad coyote that they themselves (the residents of Anthem) are causing to become aggressive by feeding them. And when the wall is built I will be the first to trap all my rabbits and throw them over, and wait to read in the Camera that now the little bunnies have to be exterminated. What a wonderful place Anthem must be to live, not.