The Peppered Moth Example is one of the staple supposed proofs of evolution, but there have been some problems with it. Peppered Moths theoretically went from more light-colored to darker-colored because the lighter-colored moths were seen easier (and therefore eaten easier) against the soot that settled on the bark of the trees during the Industrial revolution in England.
But “peppered moths rest underneath leaves during the day, not on tree bark (figure 3), as is the nature of moths. The moths were caught in traps, at night, not during the day. Dead moths were glued to the bark of trees for a television series on NOVA about demonstrating ‘evolution in action’. Imagine the backlash if creationists did something similar, to support creation! To further complicate things, the number of light-coloured moths were back on the rise after pollution had gone down in 1950, but before the light-coloured lichen had grown back on trees!”
And ultimately, there is not enough change in this example to fully support Evolution.
See more about this here: https://creation.com/more-of-the-moth-myth