The Common Moorhen (Gallinula chloropus) is from the Rail family, widespread and lives mainly around well vegetated marshes, ponds and canals. Their diet consists of vegetable material and small aquatic creatures including fishes as you can see below. The adults have dark plumage, yellow legs and a red facial shield, but the young are different, they are browner and lack the red shield. They build nests with leaves of aquatic plants usually above the water surface in dense vegetation. They are monogamous and both incubate. After hatching the young are able to move, the parents feed them several weeks and shepherd them up to 2 months until they are independent.
This series represents only juvenile birds. The fishing guy I found completely accidentally. In fact he has landed near to my boat, as I was set up slightly camouflaged to capture some great grebes. He ate first some plants, and caught quickly that fish. After some proteins in stomach he decided to take a bath, arrange the feathers and to prepare to sleep.