I'm only a beginner in the carnivorous plant arena but I'm a long time gardener.
I have an Albany Pitcher Plant and two Venus Flytrap varieties. They are all growing outside and uncovered at the moment.
Temperatures at this time of year are about 15-40 C.
The pitcher plant was half eaten by blackbirds in the winter, and Long Red Fingers has recently suffered blackbird attack; I might post a picture when it's recovered. The ceph is sitting in a small ceramic pot perched on top of a larger ceramic pot that contains a beginner's bog garden (std VFT). It's been in this position for about four months and seems to like it. The pot is on wheels and as such it is in full sun on cooler days and 60% shade on hot days.