While it is true that owls, like all other warm-blooded animals, can carry rabies, it is highly unlikely that you would get it from any of these creatures. Since owls do not typically eat bugs, they are not a high risk for carrying rabies like some other animals.
Typically owls eat smaller animals on the ground, such as squirrels and other types of rodents. Although it possible for an owl to carry rabies, it is not likely at all. Most of the birds that have been carriers of rabies were intentionally infected with it for experimental reasons.