In referring to Setophaga picta on page 81 of May CONDOR, I ascribed the first known set of eggs to Mr. Stephens's credit. I inadvertantly overlooked W. E. Bryant's record of a set collected by Mr. Herbert Brown in the Santa Rita Mts., June 6, 1880 (Bull. Nutt. Orn. Club, VI, 1881, 176). Mr. Brown's set was therefore the first.