Mission Statement

  • Onaqui HMA Clean-ups

The Onaqui HMA is located 40 miles southwest of Tooele and covers an impressive 206,252 acres of public and state lands accessed by the historic Pony Express Byway.  There are two main bands of the Onaqui horses, one in the northern section of the range and one in the southern.  When traversing the range on foot it is all too common to come across old barbed wire, downed posts and fence lines, litter and other human waste that can be very dangerous to the horses. 

Red Birds Trust is excited to form a cohesive public private partnership with the local BLM field office along with the help of local community volunteers.  We will organize range clean-up efforts and make this area safer for our wild horses and allow them room to run freely without threat of being entangled or injured by range debris.  By maintaining a volunteer database it will make clean-up efforts more seamless and we are excited to have a team formed who are willing and able to offer some of their valuable time for the betterment of the horses.

  • Onaqui Education

This organization is very passionate about providing accurate information, educational resources and access to current events to the public as they relate to the Onaqui horses and HMA.  We look forward to garnering support for these special horses through the use of various social media and web-based platforms. 

We also look forward to offering an online platform for Onaqui horse adopters to unite and share their stories, photos, progress reports, ask questions, and gain support amongst each other for the care and forever home they will be providing to their new family member.

  • Care of Adopted Onaqui Wild Horses

Caring for a horse is a huge commitment on many levels.  One that takes time, patience, perseverance and love.   Donations received will greatly assist in providing for proper dietary requirements, training resources, medical care and adequate housing improvements for adopted Onaqui horses including Onaqui adopted by members of this organization.

Red Birds Trust wants to offer a community based approach for care and resources for these special horses and be able to allocate donations to those in need of assistance with their Onaqui.  By building a community who can help each other through the difficult times and celebrate the good we can only hope that it will also help keep them in their forever homes rather than ending up in kill pens.

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