I last saw these locally 'Near Threatened bordering on Vulnerable' Rufous-winged Philentomas exactly one year ago but at a different forest reserve. A pair was seen today with the male either moulting or immature. At one point the male was singing directly overhead but the dark canopy precluded any good images.
I am more certain about calls and there are 3 common ones – the classical loud two syllable whistle (sonogram here); a single syllable whistle describes as ‘twe-ii’ by Lekagul and Round (I have recordings made today); and a harsh scolding sound very much like that of Pied Fantails.
Taxonomic Notes :
Gender agreement follows:
David, N. & Gosselin, M. (2002) Gender agreement of avian species names. - Bull. Brit. Orn. Cl., 122: 14-49.
David, N. & Gosselin, M. (2002) The grammatical gender of avian genera. - Bull. Brit. Orn. Cl., 122: 257-282.