I agree with your first sentence. I'm curious about your second. I'm not trying to be rude or smart ass, but things don't always come off right in the written word, so putting in that disclaimer. What should the rangers be doing about it? Once again, that is a serious question, not a sarcastic one. It's the campers who cause the problem. I suppose they could patrol more and fine people if caught feeding wildlife. Once the problem has begun, other than kill off the problem animals, I can't imagine what could be done. At one state park near us, there is a problem with deer being too friendly. I mean ridiculously so. They push kids off bikes and follow people around. The last time we were there (not going back) they did have an undercover female ranger scouting the park for people feeding them. She caught one lady with a basket of apples.