An adult black bear has been captured in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom after her presence disrupted and delayed somepark operations on Monday. 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) confirmed in a Monday morning statement that a black bear had been spotted in a tree inside the park. “During the fall, bears are more active as they search for food to pack on fat reserves for the winter,” the agency said in a statement. “This particular bear was likely moving through the area searching for food.”

The female bear was supposedly spotted in a tree by Big Thunder Mountain Railroad by Disney employees before the park opened. 

The bear’s presence kept Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland closed until 1 p.m. eastern time on Monday. Soon after, a WESH news helicopter captured footage of wildlife agents moving the bear out of the area. 

In an updated statement released after 2 p.m., the FWC said the bear had been capture and would be relocated to “an area in or around the Ocala National Forest.”