Look at the woodpecker. There is no possible evolution there.
The woodpecker can be explained a lot more simply by evolution than it can by design.
I think evolution shows the absolute magnificence of the 13+ billion years that our universe has existed. It would be terrible if the universe had been around for all that time and nothing amazing had happened just by chance. And the resilience of life is amazing too.
Each of our lives is an unbroken string that stretches back to the 1st single-celled creatures. Just as our parents made us from their living cells, their parents made them from their living cells, and that goes all the way back through homo sapiens, homo erectus & all of the predecessors of the human line, and all of the predecessors of those predecessors, all the way back to the first mammals, and even then back through the reptiles they formed from, and even then back through the amphibians they evolved from, and back through the fish that preceded them, and back to the ultimate cells that first worked out how to divide and thus reproduce a new generation.
The spark of life in each of us is one that has been been constantly burning & passed down through the millions of generations that precede us. All of us are very, very old. The parts that make us are over 13 billion years old, and the spark of life in each of us has been burning continuously for at least a couple of billion years. That is what I find awe-inspiring.