There is a biblical precedent for using nature to gain theological lessons, such as in Luke 12:27, where the lesson is that if God has made his creation beautiful, how much greater are you?
Likewise, my favourite Psalm, as a birdwatcher, is Psalm 104, where the Psalmist praises God for his many wonders in creation. But the Psalmist is clearly speaking about the universe as he knows it, not our post-darwinian universe. We know that the prey items of the lion evolved over time, and are not directly created by God, as the Psalm says.
I still hold the message of the psalm is valuable, about praising the wonders of creation, but the language is no longer entirely relevant. Under a Darwinism worldview, we can no longer praise God for creating individual creatures, but rather for setting in place the natural processes which created this beauty and splendour.