so strange after all:
it sounds excessive to charge him, but since feeding animals often results in the animal being killed, it may make some sense. One of the BLM rangers I used to work with on volunteer projects used to say ``feed an animal, kill an animal``. Another ranger was quite unhappy with people who fed deer in a community in the mountains, because he was the one who had to come to kill the mountain lions who were coming into town for the deer.
"You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality." Ayn Rand
The rangers were horrified with the kid a while back who decided to become friends with the Grizzly Bears in Alaska. If they had arrested him and had been able to toss his butt out of Alaska, he and his girl friend might still be alive, also the bear who killed them.
Alligators habituated to humans -- not a good idea.
El día de hoy instead of just hoy is commonly used.