First of all congrats on getting into this great sport! We need all the support we can get.... Definetely need more info from you.
You need to
1. Identify the calibre of firearm you are getting a scope for.
2. Do you plan on shooting long range or short range.
3. What is the terrain where you plan to hunt, for instance a long range scope would be impracticle in hilly/woodsy terrain where most shots are under 100 yds, and a short range scope would leave you short if say you are shooting coyotes across a vast open space.
Figure out your needs/budget and you can narrow down your choices!
I have a variety of scopes on different rifles and shotguns, but each is for a seperate use. My advice would be to not spend the money on a top of the line scope with many do dads and feature, but rather buy a mid grade reliable performer until you get more into the hobby!
I am surely not the expert and from personal experience there are some great people using this site that can give you great advice! You will like it here for sure! Let me know some more info, and I and others can steer you in the right direction.
Most of my life I've spent hunting... the rest of it I've just wasted