The bible directly attributes to God many things that happen through natural processes. Rain, death, birth, the decisions of kings, fruitfulness of a harvest, the occurrence of diseases etc.
The Bible clearly teaches that God is in control of these phenomenon. One possibility is that God has arranged events from the beginning of creation in such a way, that these events occur in the manner desired by him. It could also be that God has ways unknown to us to control the rain,the wind etc in real time while the laws of nature are not broken. I am ok with either option. However, both have an element of mystery involved in them.
There are also events that are clearly miraculous in nature such as turning the shadow of the sun dial backwards for Hezekiah, Jesus healing the sick, his resurrection, Moses parting the red sea etc.
The question is. In which category does life reside. This depends on how we view the book of Genesis and how we view life itself.Could God have created life and caused diversity through evolution? Sure he could have…
However God is not restricted to confine himself to the natural.
I believe God directly intervened in creation , perhaps at the level of clades. And provided the genetic information required to achieve his purposes. For all we know, God could have used viruses as his tools for genetic engineering.